We’ve all seen ‘em. Kitchens where nothing matches. Where it’s like someone Frankensteined four different kitchens into one. While Big Chill is all about unique personality, we’re dedicated to the art of good taste. We’ve learned to keep the little things consistent: Handles, appliance styles, metal types, edging forms, and so many other small details. All these things tend to work best when they have a similar feel. With Big Chill appliances, we’re extra-carefully to make sure all our products look great together.
Big Chill is getting bigger. We’re going to be revealing 2 brand-new products at the Architecture Digest Show in New York City. Come join us for the big surprise, at Pier 94 between March 20-23rd. We’re booth #480 (our lucky number!).
Remember when kitchen tables used to be placed in the center of a room so everyone could eat dinner together? When the TV played second fiddle to a warm oven and a table full of food. Houzz.com’s recent tribute to Big Chill celebrates a simpler time.
Ever dream of remodeling your kitchen without having to turn your home upside down? Here’s some useful tips from Lauryn, one of our Big Chill fans.
1. It’s your kitchen, do what you’ve always wanted to do.
Always dreamed of Cracked Ice counter tops, but never had a chance to make them a reality? Now’s the time to cash in on all those kitchen aspirations you’ve silently schemed for so long. This is your new kitchen, your new empire of possibilities. Make it your own.
2. Don’t be afraid to get creative. If you want a fridge where the washer should be, make it happen.
3. Hate your old décor? Tear it out.
Your mother-in-law might love those old drapes, but your mother-in-law doesn’t have to look at them every morning. If those old door handles don’t fit into your marvelous vision of a dream kitchen, get rid of them. There’s no point in forcing yourself to endure ugly décor. Remember this is your kitchen, own it.
4. It’s okay to use old reference material for your design guide.
So many buried treasures hide inside old 40s and 50s magazines and ads. It’s okay to delve deep into the past for inspiration.
5. One man’s goat trough is another woman’s vintage kitchen sink. Keep your eyes open.
That’s right. This kitchen sink was once used as a run-down goat trough. With a little spit and shine, it’s become a classic keystone in this kitchen’s repertoire.
There is so much to love about winter: great food, cozy fires, snow to play in and of course the holidays. Come take a look at some of our favorite things about winter, both old and new on our “Things We Like For Winter” Pinterest board!
Take a look at this unique fishing-inspired space by Epoch Solutions Inc. on Houzz.com. This tackle room has everything a fisherman could ever want, including a beautiful two-tone, Original Big Chill Fridge!