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Category Archives: Frigidaire Flair
Auto Universum, a blog about jet age motoring, has a post about Jet Age Design in the kitchen that features our favorite Frigidaire Flair. During the jet age of design designers rethought the basic design of many appliances, adding chrome, … Continue reading
It was only a matter time before the Frigidaire Flair was used on the set of Mad Men. Check it out! A double oven Frigidaire Flair made a guest appearance on the season 5 premiere of Mad Men last month. … Continue reading
I came across the old manual to our dearly departed Frigidaire Flair recently. Before shipping it off to the new owner of our stove I scanned the manual, thinking it could be a resource for all of the Flair enthusiasts … Continue reading
Last night we packed up our Frigidaire Flair in a UCrate as carefully as possible. It will be travelling from Lexington, MA to Lexington, KY leaving at some point today. May it have a safe journey. We were sad to … Continue reading
Although this video does not feature the Frigidaire Flair specifically, it does focus on the Frigidaire Dream Kitchen of tomorrow. Also, Paul Lukas wrote a piece entitled Today’s “Kitchen of Tomorrow” on Fast Company website that focuses on the visionary … Continue reading
This futuristic film from the early sixties is set to song and dance. The Frigidaire Flair makes an appearance 6:40 minutes into the video.
The Out of this World (1964) journey into the future on YouTube features many different variations of the Frigidaire Flair. At the end a woman daydreams of the ultramodern kitchen being used around the world and it is obvious that … Continue reading
The Frigidaire Flair discussion that was previously at Obvious Diversion has moved to Frigidaire Flair | Google Groups. It appears to have low activity, but there are over 30 members. Also, I’m not sure if I ever mentioned that I … Continue reading
The Frigidaire Flair is 2:30 minutes into this techno song/video made of retro commercials: