If anything in your kitchen should shift colors, a cooking implement seems like a most obvious and useful candidate. Want to know if that pot is too hot to handle before you touch it, or how close to ready your food is? Just take a look at is cool (or rather: warm) color palette.
Accompanied by an easy-to-remove detachable handle, guests as well as the cook can enjoy the shifting colored patterns on this pot by William Spiga & Juliana Martins, which doubles as a serving bowl for mealtime as well.
Following the logic of open flames, the first color to appear is a yellowish orange – followed by a much brighter red when things really heat up. These are particularly visible against the cool blue default background design.