Kohler, the Wisconsin-based plumbing experts established in 1873, has introduced its first ever color collaboration. Jonathan Adler, the product designer and unabashed color enthusiast created four special-edition colors exclusively for six models of Kohler cast-iron kitchen and bathroom sinks.
Each enameled cast-iron sink is made in a foundry in the village of Kohler, Wisconsin and comes with a lifetime warranty.
According to Tristan Butterfield, Kohler's creative director, "Kohler, like Jonathan Adler, prides itself on creating heirloom-quality products. That shared vision make this partnership much more than a natural fit—it made it a fun one."
Picadilly Yellow, Greenwich Green, Annapolis Navy and Palermo Blue and Annapolis Navy, are pictured below, clockwise from top left.
As Adler describes the colors: "Greenwich Green is not dull, avocado green. It's bolder, yet timeless, so crisp and refreshing you can taste it. Picadilly Yellow has a very mod quality, especially when paired with white. It's unexpected and will always feel fresh. A nice crisp blue like Palermo Blue is cool and refreshing, like taking a dip in the Mediterranean. And Anapolis Navy epitomizes nautical chic. It's such a classic color because it pairs so well with other bold colors."
The collection, which first debuted at KBIS in Chicago and was presented during ICFF last week in New York, is now available to order.
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