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La Cornue, whose range in Jaguar Burgundy is shown here, was established to take advantage of the new technology of gas running through Paris in 1908. The company not only crafts the colored ranges, but offers matching cabinetry that can give an entire kitchen a seamless look. The cabinetry also increases the range’s presence in a large kitchen. Extend the color with a matching range hood. “I’ve been in love with the Discount Custom Cabinets look of French enamel ranges for as long as I can remember,” says Rebekah Zaveloff, principal designer at KitchenLab and Houzz contributor. “I’m not over stainless or anything, but when it comes to a range and hood, I really do prefer an enamel color … the hardest part is deciding on the color!” In her design for bakery owner Aliyyah Baylor’s home kitchen, the blue range and vent hood carry the color from the cement floor tiles to the ceiling. Get some Euro cottage cozy. Aga is a company most generally associated with cozy English kitchens, but its oven was actually invented by a Nobel Prize–winning Swede. In this Maine beach Discount Custom Cabinets cottage kitchen, Whitten Architects mixed in some classic Swedish, whimsical British and vintage all-American style, and the Aga range is just the right fit for all three.BlueStarBlueStar 60"" Platinum RangeBring in the color of the year via your appliances. In addition to the European companies famous for their colorful ranges, a very small handful of American companies have been providing a wide range of range colors for quite some time. BlueStar is a company that’s been deep into color for years. Because it has its own powder-coat shop, it offers 750 colors. At this year’s AD Home Design Show, it debuted a range in the Pantone Color of the Year, radiant orchid.Plan a pleasing cabinet and appliance color combination. In this rustic Maine camp kitchen, interior Discount Custom Cabinets designer Kristina Crestin combined greenish-yellow cabinets and a mint julep range from Viking. The combination is fresh and inspired by the camp’s natural surroundings. Custom match your cabinetry or backsplash with an appliance color. BlueStar will also custom match any color you like. For instance, you can have your appliances powder coated to match your cabinet paint color. “People are feeling more comfortable experimenting with color these days,” says Michelle Zelman of BlueStar. Go for sharp contrast. In this transitional-style kitchen, a glossy red Viking range stands out among the subdued gray cabinets. Bring in brightly colored retro-style appliances. The bright color trend is not limited Discount Custom Cabinets to the range. Orion Creamer was way ahead on the colored appliance trend in the U.S. After finding the limited appliance finishes a snore at a KBIS show over a decade ago, Creamer partnered up with his uncle, Thom Vernon. Vernon was looking for a refrigerator with retro pizazz for his beach house and coming up empty. Together the two founded Big Chill Fridge, designing brightly colored refrigerators with kitschy retro style. Their options in beach blue, buttercup yellow, cherry red, jadeite green and pink lemonade caught everyone’s attention. Mina BrinkeyBig Chill’s standard palette of eight signature colors also includes black and Discount Custom Cabinets white, and now the company can customize an appliance in one of 200 colors. Big Chill has also expanded its product line to include dishwashers, ranges and vent hoods.Meredith EricksenMix and match appliance finishes. The curtains don’t have to match the drapes, and the range doesn’t have to match the dishwasher, but thanks to customized colors, some of the above can match the backsplash. You Discount Custom Cabinets can also tie elements together via details like knobs and other details. Here cobalt knobs pick up on other blue accents in the room.If you’re nervous about color but sick of the standard options, consider slate. If you’re not ready for fiery orange or bright turquoise but are still intrigued by alternatives to the usual stainless, white or black finishes, try GE’s slate finish; it’s a more conservative modern option. “Slate is just so versatile,” Lenzi says. The slate finish is a warm, gray, low-gloss metallic hue that doesn’t show fingerprints. Due to the popularity of its Slate product offerings, GE doubled Discount Custom Cabinets them in 2013 with additional refrigeration and cooking models.Get inspired by produce and spices when choosing a color. GE has been predicting which colors consumers will be clamoring for in the future, but it needs your help. Its colorful Artistry Series is still in the concept phase, and the company wants to know which colors you think it should carry. You don’t have to splurge on all new appliances to get in on this trend. “Finishes like Discount Custom Cabinets Slate and the new Artistry colors allow users to mix and match and also provide a unique option for replacing just one appliance, while still meshing well with the previous appliances in the kitchen,” Lenzi says. “I’d say about 50 percent of our clients right now are doing enamel color ranges,” Zaveloff Discount Custom Cabinets says. “That’s a huge increase from a few years back.”"