Cold Colors

My first impression: That is one jam-packed refrigerator. Folks in 1956 had a tendency toward meat-and-potatoes [and cake] menus, I guess.

My second impression: Why didn't our swan-necked hostess choose a more coordinated color for the interior of her fridge? With seven options on offer—include two shades of green, dark and light blues, red, and, of all things, copper—she could have complemented her butter-yellow ensemble with 'Peach-glo'. But to each their own, especially if your kitchen has become a 'fashion centre.' It's interesting to note that today there's a similar feature on the horizon, but in a far more chic shade.