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Big Chill

This range from Big Chill was one of many colorful appliance options on display at the Architectural Digest Design Show.

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Big Chill

Many Big Chill products, like the refrigerator on the left, are modeled after 1950s-era appliances.

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Smeg

Italian manufacturer Smeg showed off its American flag-covered refrigerator alongside smaller fridges at the Architectural Digest Design Show.

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Smeg

Smeg also displayed 24-inch wide ranges with a double electric oven and a gas cooktop.

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BlueStar

You can pick different knob colors on BlueStar ranges and cooktops, like the pink ones here.

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Wolf

This Wolf wall oven from the manufacturer's M series doesn't have a handle. You push on the top of the oven door to get it to open.

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Jenn-Air

The Jenn-Air announced at the Architectural Digest Design Show that its connected wall oven will work with Nest beginning this summer.

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Jenn-Air

The Jenn-Air connected wall oven has an interactive touchscreen that allows you to set the best cook setting for your meal.

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Jenn-Air

The app for the Jenn-Air connected wall oven allows you to send cook settings to your oven.

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Viking Incogneeto

The Viking Incogneeto is an induction surface that mounts beneath your countertop and turns that surface into an induction cooktop. You place pots and pans on the trivet pictured here, and your food will heat up as long as its within range of the Incogneeto mounted beneath.

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