What better way to get into the mood for spring than by adding a pop of colour to your kitchen. We’ve found some deliciously beautiful small appliances and items you’ll want to add to your kitchen. This year their Colour of the Year is Beetroot – it’s a bright, juicy and bold magenta colour
that’s inspired by nature. The beetroot collection allows you to add a twist to the familiar and uproot the ordinary.
Kitchenaid Tilt-Head Stand Mixer in Beetroot
Always on trend with the latest colours is KitchenAid; famous for its iconic stand mixer that is a functional piece of countertop décor
What it does: Take your baking to the next level with the KitchenAid Til-Head Stand Mixer. Easily break up your butter and mix together your ingrifients for the best baked goods.
Zwilling Enfinigy Electric Kettle Pro – Rose
Everything is coming up roses this Spring…a trend that isn’t going anywhere is the soft blush pink in kitchen items and this is a kettle you’ll want to keep on your counter.
What it does: This digital kettle features a double-wall design for a stay-cool exterior. Six temperature settings make it easy to heat water for brewing coffee and making different varieties of tea, for warming baby bottles and more.
Keeping on trend with these BLUSH PINK pieces by Canadian company Fable. These dishes are designed in Vancouver – made in Portugal.
Full of Pride Mugs
Add a rainbow of colour with these limited edition mugs. 20% of proceeds will go towards The 519’s Food Security Program to alleviate food insecurity among LGBTQ2S communities, families, and neighbours.
Good Egg Books
A hidden gem in Toronto for the most beautifully curated and colourful selection of kitchen items and cookbooks. This shop in Kensington Market is THE place for a beautiful and unique gift…for you or someone else.
Kate Austin Designs
Known for her bright and colourful patterns, Toronto-based designer Kate Austin makes fun, comfortable and colourful clothing and accessories. Her items are ethical, sustainable, handmade and fun.
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