Gone are the days when every home had the same basic kitchen appliance lay outs; now that cultures have sprung up around certain kinds of diets (gluten-free, vegan, paleo, etc.) and lifestyles, the contemporary luxury kitchen is designed to cater to the specific needs of the kitchen owner, regardless of how wacky that appliance may be.
Not interested in the norm? Luckily for inventors, novelty-lovers and overall-unusual people, the start-up and crowd-funding boom have led all kinds of unique and downright strange niche appliances to pour into the market. Here’s a list of just a few interesting items for your consideration:
General Electric is among the most widely recognized and far-reaching appliance suppliers in the world. Read on to learn more about the history of the company that supplies us with some of our favorite appliances.
ARCA Recycling recently launched seven major appliance recycling programs with utilities. Despite the launch landing on April first, this unprecedentedly large recycling initiative is no joke.
ARCA, which stands for Appliance Recycling Centers of America, Inc., owns the subsidiary ARCA recycling. According to ARCA Recycling’s President Edward R. (Jack) Cameron, the release of the seven enormous programs marked a new high in the company’s history: