Big Chill’s Winter Edit will add immediate pizazz to any kitchen.
By Misty Milioto
It should come as no surprise that home improvements are on the rise, considering we are all spending more time at home. Coming soon, just in time for fall, Boulder, Colorado-based Big Chill (a leading international professional-grade kitchen appliance manufacturer) has released its Winter Edit. This collection features a curated palette of custom colors designed in collaboration with interior designer Natalie Myers, owner and design principal of Los Angeles-based Veneer Designs.
This collection is the second in a series of seasonally launched color offerings. The Winter Edit’s four colors—green brown, ochre yellow, beige and ivory—offer a sense of balance and tranquility. Just take a look at Myers’ swoon-worthy mood board depicting the desert-inspired colors of the Winter Edit. Meyer, who lives near Joshua Tree National Park, carefully selected the custom colors to serve as a timeless addition to your home. Think calming earth tones native to the Mojave Desert. These colors can seamlesslyblend with almost any design aesthetic, and they are available in Big Chill’s Classic, PRO and Retro collections.
“My eyes were immediately drawn to the earthy yellow-greens and tans that felt natural to the desert surroundings,” says Myers. “Blending in shades of cream, tan and browns will add the warmth and lived-in feeling an unpretentious kitchen aims to achieve.”
The green brown color way—a neutral tone with subtle flare—is evocative of the cactuses scattered throughout the desert, while ochre yellow—reminiscent of the arid sands—brings warmth to an all-white space or tones down a highly color-saturated room. The beige color way, meanwhile, features a warm undertone to ground a space. Finally, the ivory color way is light and fresh—without the overpowering brightness and luminosity of a traditional white—is the perfect neutral to make kitchens seem larger.
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