Turquoise Kitchen Decor & Appliances
This past weekend I was helping a friend put together her wedding registry. Her future husband is loving soul who told her to register for whatever she wanted, as long as she included a few tools and beer-related items. Since he bowed out of tackling their registry, she asked if I could help her find some turquoise kitchen decor and appliances because she knows I’m an awesome Internet searcher. (I’ve been called a “wizard” and that the FBI should have me on retainer.)
As I found turquoise coffee maker after turquoise kitchen towels after turquoise colander, she said, “You should make this into a post. I would’ve loved this.” So here we are, my friends.
After compiling everything I realized just how I should’ve registered for a boatload of turquoise kitchen stuff 5 years ago when I was putting my registry together because it’s such a great color, especially in white kitchens. But then I realized that turquoise kitchen decor and appliances weren’t as popular of a color 5 years ago so I doubt there were that many options back then.
Turquoise Kitchen Appliances
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Since there are 500 different types of coffee makers, I felt like I had to include each type. And how awesome is that retro kettle?
I don’t think I’ve ever come across a wedding registry without a KitchenAid mixer on it. But I can’t blame brides-to-be. I LOVE mine.
Can we take a moment to discuss how far slow cookers have come in the aesthetics department in the past couple years? Makes me want to “accidentally” donate mine so I can put that turquoise beauty on my Christmas list this year.
Turquoise Kitchen Decor
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I’m seriously loving all of these retro kitchen accessories, like the bread box and bakery box.
I didn’t include this in the graphics, but Fiesta has an entire collection of turquoise dinnerware and accessories. And KitchenAid also has an entire line of turquoise kitchen gadgets.
I couldn’t fit every single turquoise kitchen item in this post, so I created a wish list that has 60+ turquoise kitchen products. Keep in mind that brands have different definitions of ‘turquoise’.
What are your thoughts on turquoise kitchen doodads?
That turquoise mixer WILL BE MINE. I have always wanted one but my tiny (grrr) kitchen with basically no counter space has prevented it so far. But someday I’m getting that exact one!
Kitchen Aid now has mini mixers in many colors.
When we got married in 2011 the Martha Stewart line at Macy’s had a bunch of turquoise accessories – collander, spatula, etc. We received many as gifts and still use them frequently! I’m drooling over those SMEG small appliances. I <3 their fridges but let's face it, they may never be in our budget, so I can get my SMEG fix with the kettle instead! Great roundup!
It’s a pretty color, but a little goes a long way. Like you said, it wasn’t popular five years ago and chances are that it won’t be in another five. It would be sad (and expensive) to fall out of love with ALL of your small appliances at the same time based merely on the color… the colander and other gadgets are adorable, though. Good sleuthing!
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How I love turquoise! I would love to see a photo of the kitchen with all the turquoise knick-knacks in it.
Super cute! I am partial to red kitchen appliances myself 🙂
I love turquoise home decor and actually have a few of these items! Crushing on the rest:) You should come link this up at Welcome Home Wednesdays! Party opens 7a CST tomorrow! See you there. http://www.suburbansimplicity.com
We have lots of aqua & turquoise in our farmhouse kitchen, and I love all of these! I actually have several of these items like the towels and that mason jar spoon rest. And hello dream toaster I never knew I needed until this very minute! That is definitely going on the wishlist!
What an awesome group of beautiful kitchen appliances! Love the color too. Hope she gets many of these items. You were a big help to her.
I can’t even handle all the cute!!!! <3 Thanks for sharing at Dream. Create. Inspire. Link!
I love the turquoise kitchen essentials! I recently opened a mid-labeled box in the garage & discover my mothers turquoise bordered, gold edged Pyrex tableware (circa the ’50’s/’60’s maybe). Looks great with some VERY old (belonged to my grandmothers family) aqua milkglass glasses!
I LOVE everything on this list! The breadbox especially…going to check that out now. Happy New Year!
I may be the only one around who is looking to replace my turquoise/aqua dish pan. I think that the original one was made by Rubbermaid. It is a 11.5 quart size and fits my sink perfectly. Do you know where I might find another one?
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