Rachael Ray enters the 7th season of her highly successful TV show. And she’s going into the new season with a whole new look and feel. She took away the old kitchen look and completed stainless steel makeover for the set. Ray’s previous kitchen resembled Rachel Green and Monica Geller’s kitchen from the show Friends. It had a lot of color, clutter, with a cutsie approach that emulates Ray’s style. With the new kitchen look, it seems that Rachael Ray wanted to bring a sexier feel for the new season. The new set looks cleaner, spacious, and organized.
Janet Annino, the show’s executive producer,explains that the improvements include a "bigger and better kitchen." The set has a new prep kitchen in the back, giving more space for chefs. It also has a 60-inch plasma screen monitor, so while Ray is cooking and waiting for something to grill, the segment will also show clips to help the show have more variation. Plus, there is bigger audience that can accommodate about 120 guests. (Click here for more details).
The Power of Stainless Steel Appliances
Stainless steel brings a kitchen its sexy back. If you are looking to bring change to your kitchen, here’s are some reason why you may want to transform your kitchen, Stainless-Steel Style:
- Increases the value of your property. Perfect if you are interested in selling your condo/home in a few years (or very soon). (Click here for a refresher).
- Sexier kitchen makes you feel like a chef on a reality show. Move over Gordon Ramsay. To add a little more fun, your guests can act as the judge. (Now, if they start yelling at you like Gordon Ramsey; then I suggest never inviting them back for dinner). Your immediate environment will inspire you to make the most exquisite meal (even, you’ll surprise yourself). It’s all about feeling like a master chef.
- Stainless steel appliances can make your kitchen have the aura of ‘richness’ with the appearance of clean and sparkly. No matter how hard you clean, older appliance still has that ‘older’ feel.
Are you convinced to bring the sexy back to your kitchen with stainless steel? You can always start small by looking into the Krups Silver Art Collection. Or go big and upgrade all your large appliances. Here are some deals at Future Shop to check out:
Sleek, stylish and functional, the GE Profile PCGB930SETSS Stainless Steel Freestanding Gas Range offers the perfect all-round cooking solution. Boasting five burners and a roomy 5.0 cubic feet of oven space, this impressive range can handle a huge variety of dishes. A host of technologically advanced features also make the cooking experience more pleasant.
The GE Profile PSDS3YGXSS Side-By-Side Refrigerator is fully Energy Star compliant with counter-depth design that provides a built-in flush appearance. A host of technologically advanced features like an LCD touchscreen, CustomCool Drawer, ExpressChill technology, QuickSpace shelving and ClimateKeeper features make this an essential addition to any kitchen.
Deliver the future of refrigeration technology to your kitchen with the Samsung RF220. Offering a generous 22 cubic feet of capacity, features include efficient LED lighting in the interior, four split shelves that offer greater flexibility in storage and wide door guards that store even the bulkiest of milk/juice containers.
This Frigidaire dishwasher thoroughly cleans your dishes with DishSense technology, which automatically selects the cycle based on your cleaning needs. An adjustable upper rack and large silverware basket allow flexible loading options, and at 51dBA this dishwasher runs at about the noise level of a library, so you can enjoy some quiet time while it's washing.
This low-noise Frigidaire dishwasher is so quiet (only 60dBA) that you can easily chat on the phone or listen to the radio while the washer is going. You can choose a delay start option so the dishwasher operates on your schedule, and the large capacity, tall tub design fits up to 14 place settings.
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