We are looking forward to giving the industry a first-hand look at the future of design innovation in home appliances.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) March 11, 2015
Big Chill, creator of the iconic Retro fridge and awarding-winning Pro line, will be showcasing a series of new products and designs at Booth 279 at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, held at Piers 92 & 94 in New York, N.Y. from March 19 to 22.
“Big Chill is excited to exhibit a wide range of exciting new products and concepts at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show,” said Orion Creamer, co-founder and president of Big Chill. “We are looking forward to giving the industry a first-hand look at the future of design innovation in home appliances.”
Not only will the company be showcasing products from its original, stunning Retro line and the newly-expanded Pro Line, there will be a plethora of brand new launches and concepts also on display.
While product will be front and center at the Big Chill booth during the show, there also will be special guests and fun to be had. Kim Lewis, the Vagabond Designer and TV personality also known for her work on ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, will be on hand to discuss color in the home and timeless kitchen design trends. Throughout the show, Big Chill will be hosting culinary demos and unique opportunities to embrace the company’s eras of style.
The inspiration that founded Big Chill continues to drive the company forward. Creamer is always working on new products with classic design and vibrant color. “In the end,” says Creamer, “whether you prefer midcentury charm or modern sophistication, thanks to Big Chill, homeowners everywhere can have beautiful and unique choices.”
About Big Chill
Big Chill was founded by Orion Creamer and his uncle Thom Vernon in 2001 and made a splash with its brightly colored, retro-styled fridges with modern amenities. Since then the Boulder, Colorado-based company has expanded its product offering to include refrigerators, fridges, dishwashers, microwaves, stoves, hoods and wall ovens, available in more than 200 colors, as well as custom colors. In addition to retro, mid-century-styled appliances, Big Chill also manufactures contemporary-styled Pro appliances that blend modern design, bold colors and serious performance. Big Chill appliances can be purchased directly online. Visit http://www.bigchill.com to learn more.