Elmira Spring Colors!

2 Apr

Spring is here, and that means color. Lots and lots of color. Flowers are blooming, pastel-colored spring clothes are reappearing, and Elmira has spring-colored Northstar appliances to match!

Buttercup Yellow, Robin’s Egg Blue, Flamingo Pink, Bisque and Mint Green are the soft colors consumers can go for this spring. They can provide a feast for the eyes, and the appliances will help you prepare a feast for your taste buds as well.

In addition to these colors, Northstar appliances from Elmira Stove Works offer custom-color options, with which homeowners can customize appliances to match or complement any décor.

Spring is all about fresh style, and the latest trends from the runway to the home. No design trend is fresher today than “retro.” For the enthusiast who must have everything, Northstar retro-styled appliances offer hot looks and high technology. Complete with rounded corners, chrome trims and trendy colors, no aspect has been overlooked. Each appliance is custom-built to the specifications of each consumer’s order.

Classic meets chic is a design motif we’re seeing for this season. Taking traditional design and livening it up with hot spring colors. This picture is the perfect example of this. Notice the robin’s egg blue colors, buttercup yellows and light mint greens, as well as various shades of pink. Elmira has captured this spring color palette with their array of Northstar colors.

So while you’re doing your spring shopping and/or cleaning, keep the colorful Northstar appliances in mind as a way to give your kitchen a fresh spring look.

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