A stove for Roger Rabbit's kitchen
Neon colors mask environmental efficiency
If current design trends hold up, kitchens of the future could end up looking like sets from Mickey's Toontown. For a while, refrigerators seemed to be the more popular , but designers are now applying their color palettes to neighboring appliances.
Treehugger, for example, highlights some neon-hued stoves in Japan that could be heading west. The reason for their popularity is as much practical as aesthetic, because these are wood-burning pellet stoves that are far more environmentally friendly than their traditional counterparts.
Call us old-fashioned, but we still prefer our kitchen fixtures in neutral finishes. But if they find a way to build in, we'd be more than happy to reconsider.