Peachblow blossomed from 1934 to 1973.
Avocado was a pick from 1967 to 1979.
Spring Green was fresh from 1927 to 1944.
Farmstead kitchen sink. Kohler invited color-lovers to vote for their favorite on the company’s website. And they in- formed people via social media, special events at the Kohler Experience Center, and even a Heritage Colors pop-up truck that treated the public to chocolates wrapped in the con- tending colors and a host of other fun giveaways. Excitement mounted in anticipation of the announce- ment of the two winning colors, which was set to take place at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS to those in the know) in Las Vegas. Designers Jonathan Adler and Justi- na Blakeney were on hand for a special program revealing which would be available for purchase as soon as summer of 2023. And the winners are Peachblow and Spring Green! Kohler’s 150th anniversary celebration will continue. Among the celebrations is Come All Creators, a series of special events that will pay homage to the company’s proud heritage while also looking toward its bright future. Along the way, they will be joined by uniquely creative partners, including colorblind artist Daniel Arsham, Brooklyn-based art collective KidSuper, and renowned polar adventurer Robert Swan. As it marks this momentous milestone, Kohler is a global leader in the design, innovation and manufacture of kitchen, bath and other products for the home. To learn more about their continuing celebration, visit kohlercompany.com. ■
Sunrise lit up Kohler from 1953 to 1969.
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