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Reston Lloyd Color Kitchen

Great cooking is all about variety; you can't season everything with salt, and having chicken for every single meal is dull. Versatility and verisimilitude are key, and that extends beyond the literal ingredients. Stimulate your creativity in the same way all great toddler fingerpainters do: by having lots of colors.
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inkycatz


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As someone with a purple themed kitchen, I am loving that it is finally becoming an "in" color. How about you? What color's your kitchen - and could these coordinate?

I'm just hanging out, really.

FlamingoNut


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My kitchen is basically beige, yellow, and black. NONE of these colanders work for me

CaptainTr1pps


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Also starting to think my yellow and white kitchen was a mistake.

Might switch to red appliances and utensils, I'm a Redskins fan anyway, so the colors would match up, if not the particular shades.

kashmirton


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where are the measuring spoons/cups manufactured? The company website gives no info on those products. I don't want Chinese (or any) lead in my food :-/

inkycatz


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kashmirton wrote:where are the measuring spoons/cups manufactured? The company website gives no info on those products. I don't want Chinese (or any) lead in my food :-/



We'll see what we can find out.

Update: We've been told India. Hope that helps!

I'm just hanging out, really.

bpr2


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Call me crazy, but the lime colored items are catching my eye!

that was fun while it lasted!

tmdowling


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CaptainTr1pps wrote:Also starting to think my yellow and white kitchen was a mistake.



I have a yellow and white kitchen, and find it a perfect, bright canvas for a crayon-box of bright colors. Cobalt blue, bright red, vibrant green, and here & there a little purple and orange.

MommaBeary


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inkycatz wrote:As someone with a purple themed kitchen, I am loving that it is finally becoming an "in" color. How about you? What color's your kitchen - and could these coordinate?



I -love- purple but have never updated my kitchen from the strawberry theme it had when I moved in.

However, I have taken the stance that Purple & Red look awesome together, and since I have the knives, my family agrees :D

inkycatz


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bpr2 wrote:Call me crazy, but the lime colored items are catching my eye!


You should go for it then!

I'm just hanging out, really.

alexwiley


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I bought one of these a couple years ago at the full price from a local store in San Francisco. They are serious about HAND WASH! One round in the dishwasher ruined it; it wasn't tagged from the store as hand wash and it got thrown in during post-party clean up. Just a heads up.