KitchenAid's New Stand Mixer Colors Are Absolutely Gorgeous
Four of the new shades are inspired by food.
This content originally appeared on Cooking Light.
KitchenAid’s classic stand mixers are as enviable as they are beautiful. The popular appliance is already available in over 86 colors, with an assortment of drool-worthy finishes and clever attachments. Now, the brand is adding four new colors in their increasingly popular matte finish line. Avocado Cream and Milkshake will join other food-inspired colors like Hot Sauce and Green Apple. Two additional matte colors, Black Violet and Ink Blue, offer a softer alternative to the insanely-popular all-black stand mixer which was released last month for a limited time.
Green is a popular color in 2017 for appliances and kitchen gadgets, but Avocado Cream is more contemporary than the avocado green of our grandmothers’ kitchens. The shade is a silky green color that’s more earthy than minty. Still, it’s neutral enough to work beautifully in a modern kitchen filled with white tiles and stainless steel appliances.The Avocado Green will be the latest option for KitchenAid’s Artisan Mini stand mixer line ($400) and will be available to purchase in July.
Joining the Artisan Series are Black Violet and Ink Blue. Both shades are so deeply pigmented they almost appear black . The deep hues are highly indulgent and offer an alternative to folks who can’t imagine Ocean Drive in their kitchen but still want a hint of personality on their countertops. Both Black Violent and Ink Blue, which is inspired by classic ink blue glaze on white bone china, are available in the Artisan Series 5 Quart stand mixer ($430). Ink Blue will be available in July, and Black Violet will follow shortly after in September.
A second food-inspired color, Milkshake, is an off-white shade that’s warmer than the iconic White but still clean enough for a permanent place on your countertop. Milkshake will be available in both the Artisan Series 5 Quart ($430) and Pro 600 Series 6 Quart stand mixer ($570) beginning in July.
RELATED: Don’t Waste Money on These ‘Healthy’ Foods
“The kitchen is a key place for cooks to play and experiment with favorite new and trending colors,” said Jessica McConnell, Senior Manager of Color, Finish, and Material Design for KitchenAid in a statement. “Our ever-expanding small appliance color and finish offerings provides consumers even more freedom to curate and enliven kitchen countertops.”