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Aldi Just Went Retro, And Shoppers Are Ready To Upgrade Their Kitchens
Retro kitchens are making a huge comeback not just because stainless steel acts like a grease smear and fingerprint magnet. Home expert Kristiana Laugen tells The Spruce that people appear to be drawn to things that "give them a connection to the past" and that this trend is showing itself in entertainment, fashion, and the kitchen.
Staying with the trend, Aldi is making it easier to transform your cook space into one that echoes the past. Aldi has recently introduced a line of retro appliances by Ambiano, and they are priced to sell. Ranging from $12.99 to $34.99, the lineup includes a two-slice toaster, electric kettle, egg boiler, milk frother, immersion blender, coffee maker, portable blender, and more.
These old-school kitchen appliances are available in blue sage or cream, and compared to expensive retro-styled brands, these culinary tools are budget-friendly, enabling some to re-outfit their whole kitchen. Instagrammers are excited over these fashionable finds and users are expressing their wishes to buy the gadgets and appreciating the light blue color some of the appliances come in.