Big Chill’s Fall Appliance Collection Pays Homage to the 1970s With Some Groovy Colors

published Aug 24, 2020
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There are tons of ways to bring color into your kitchen—paint, tile, upholstery, and accessories to list just a few. But Big Chill wants their customers to think back a few decades—when it comes to color in the kitchen.

The brand, famous for its rainbow of appliances, introduced a limited-edition Fall Edit palette. And it might just inspire you to totally redesign your kitchen around an “azure blue” refrigerator. “The Fall Edit is a curated palette of premium colors inspired by the 1970s,” Big Chill states on its website. “Available as premium colors for only a limited time, these four colors pay homage to the decade’s penchant for bold, show-stopping colors.”

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Big Chill customers can plaster any of the brand’s Classic, PRO, and Retro appliances in “Azure Blue,” “Water Blue,” “Beige Red,” and/or “Rose.” This collection of four fall-inspired hues will be available to order through late October.

“Dubbed the ‘Return to the ‘70s,’ the 2020 Fall Edit shares hues that marry nostalgia with a vivacious approach to modern design,” Big Chill continues on the site. “The Fall Edit’s four colors… encapsulate the best of quintessential ‘70s aesthetics, paying homage to the celebrated decade’s penchant for bold, show-stopping colors.”

While you’re browsing, you can listen to Big Chill’s Fall Edit Spotify playlist, which includes hits from the decade the colors are pulled from.