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Pink Toaster

Updated on February 27, 2014

Enjoy Delicious Toast from a Pink Toaster!

There are many colors you can go with in your kitchen, red, orange, black, white, cream. And colors do change. Years ago harvest green and gold were popular. But these days PINK is where it is at. Pink is hot. And it is easy to make simple changes to your kitchen to give it a modern touch in a color you will love.

Why not spruce up your kitchen with a fun new appliance? A pink toaster adds warmth and style to your kitchen. They really make the best tasting toasted bread because they are cool and unique! And they look so pinkalicious in your kitchen!

Click Here for Dualit Classic 2-Slice Toaster, Petal Pink

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Selecting Your Pink Toaster

Selecting the right pink toaster for your kitchen is important. We all love pink BUT you want to look for a product that is not just cute, but also durable and efficient. No sense having a toaster that does not make tasty toast.

Make sure to select a toaster that works well and won't short out on you over time.

Also, look for a machine that has a decent sized cord. You want to purchase a pink toaster that you can easily move around your kitchen and not worry about if the cord will extend to fit in the outlet.

Start by taking measurements of the space where you will be putting the toaster. After measuring consider the color pink you want. Pink comes in a range of colors from pastel to hot. What color will work best with your kitchen?

Though the options for pink toasters are not as great as for other colors such as black or stainless steel - there is still a variety to choose from. So consider your options carefully to make the choice for one that will serve up the toast you enjoy. And don't forget - some will also work for bagels and larger pieces of bread.

DeLonghi Kmix 2-Slice Toaster

The DeLonghi Kmix toaster comes in magenta. A real show stopper!

Your Pink Kitchen

Ever wanted your very own pink kitchen? The pink toaster is a great first step! Pink is not only a delicious color that will make you smile but many pink kitchen accessory companies contribute funds to organizations that help fight the war against breast cancer.

Start off by adding in pink touches like napkins, towels and other small splashes of pink. Then try out a toaster. After getting your toaster, if you enjoy it take the plunge and get other accessories such as a pink tea kettle or a pink mixer. These touches are not only practical but they will look great and really show your personality!

Have a pink kitchen housewarming and invite your friends over for tea!

Dualit Classic 2-Slice Toaster

The Dualit Pink Toaster is the cadillac of toasters. It comes in a lovely shade of petal pink and chilly pink.

French Toast

Toasted bread is delicious but you can also make tasty French toast and you don't need a toaster!

More Pink Kitchen Gadgets

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      Julia M S Pearce 

      5 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      I'd love a pink toaster.The one I like is Dualit 2 - slice petal pink toaster.

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      Alisha Vargas 

      5 years ago from Reno, Nevada

      They're super cute!

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      marsha32 

      6 years ago

      wouldn't hubby just kill me lol

    • Virginia Allain profile image

      Virginia Allain 

      6 years ago from Central Florida

      Not sure I'm ready for a pink kitchen. I've had a sunny yellow kitchen and later, one with red accents. Of course, I'm a little slow picking up on trends, so guess I should get with the times.

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