June 5, 2006
Are you bored with boring stainless steel or single-color appliances? Want to add some color to your kitchen? Well now you can apply these magnetic panels with pictures of apples, oranges, lemons, strawberries, coffee beans, alphabet soup, and broken eggs (???) to your appliances. The panels are thin enough to be cut with scissors.
Via Popgadget at Vincon
May 31, 2006
Perhaps if you have a lot of food to store, this is the refrigerator for you. Frankly, I don't know why you would possibly want a window in your refrigerator, so people can see the mess inside. Basicially, this has just about every feature you could want and should store enough food for the largest of families. All for a mere 15K to 20K.
Via Shiny Shiny at Sub-Zero
May 23, 2006
Smeg makes some nice looking appliances. This new range has two ovens.
Main oven has 51 liter capacity, 8 functions, analogue LED electronic clock and cooling fan. Auxiliary oven has 27 liter capacity, 6 functions and rotisserie. The ceramic hub has 4 radiant zones including 2 dual, automatic safety cut-out and residual heat indicators. Dimensions are H90 x W100 x D57 cm or 35.28" x 39.38" x 22.25".
Via Appliancist at Smeg
May 18, 2006
Want a cool stove? Check out the Majestic series from ILVE, an Italian manufacturer.
ILVE kitchen range Majestic series is available in 6 sizes - 60, 70, 90, 100, 120 and 150 cm wide, and 6 finishes - stainless steel, matt, antique white, burgundy, blue and green. Handles and hardware are available in stainless steel, brass and chrome. Every ILVE Majestic kitchen range has clean and sophisticated style. Each model comes in several configurations so you can choose specific number of burners, type of cooking surfaces and zones, and type of ovens.
Via Appliancist at ILVE
May 12, 2006
If want to assert your manhood by having a manly refrigerator, then these are for you. There are five styles -- biker, coolrod red, coolrod silver, outdoor, and custom.
The 30" Ten50 Design refrigerator has 19 cubic feet capacity, and 36" one has 20 cubic capacity and comes with ice maker and filtered water dispenser. Both feature electronic temperature controls.
Via Appliancist at Ten50 Design
May 11, 2006
First you could watch tv in your refrigerator, now your range hood can provide you with your media needs while cooking. This hood is equipped with a 17" LCD screen and DVD and CD player. It has a 4 point control system with airflow from 210 to 800 cubic meters per hour, whatever that means. As you can probably tell by the picture of a soccer game on the tv, the hood is only sold in Europe.
Via Appliancist at Siemens
March 28, 2006
Always wanted a dishwasher, but didn't think you had the space? This dishwasher is the size of a large microwave. It holds four placesettings. Plus it looks pretty cool.
Via Home Tone at good common sense
March 13, 2006
Here is another oven that is probably smarter than me. I'm really not sure I approve. With this oven, you identify the type of food you are cooking and the oven will automatically select the proper operating mode. You can also store recipes in it. It also has metric/English conversion and 17 operating modes, including AutoRoast, Intensive Bake, & Sabbath.
March 9, 2006
Ovens are getting more and more sophisticated. This oven apparently raises and lowers the food in and out of the baking compartment, so you don't have to bend over to view the cooking process.
Via Trendir at Siemens
February 24, 2006
This is wild. PolyScience, a producer of constant temperature control equipment, has an anti-griddle. Instead of cooking things, this griddle, freezes them, allowing you to freeze sauces and purees solid or make semi-frozen dishes with crunchy surfaces and creamy centers. The minus 30°F ‘griddle' temperature ensures almost instantaneous results.