KitchenAid Celebrates 100th Birthday with 'Misty Blue' Stoves & More

The limited-edition color is a throwback to the original.

By Ethan L. Johns
September 10, 2018

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Without the iconic KitchenAid stand mixer, the American countertop just seems… bare.

Over the past 100 years, the KitchenAid brand has made its invention a staple, and now, to celebrate the anniversary of the mixer, it is releasing a new, vintage-inspired color to mark the occasion.

It’s called “Misty Blue,” and it’s similar to the first color ever put on a home stand mixer. Soft blue with a subtle hint of green, the color will be applied to a limited run of mixers and even stoves, too.

The Heritage Artisan Series Model K mixer is available with both a ceramic bowl and white-coated stainless steel option. Both bowls can fit five quarts of liquid, and both mixers feature the Misty Blue paint job.

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Also available in Misty Blue is a 36-inch stove and convection oven combo, which features six burners and restaurant-level quality that will take the home chef’s cooking and bring it up a notch.

“Misty Blue brings back a classic style that will spark nostalgia across generations, while also continuing
to feed inspiration in the kitchen,” said the company in a release.

Whether you’re a first-time KitchenAid buyer, or simply looking to add to your color collection, the Misty Blue models are available now at specialty stores. The Misty Blue commercial range will be available in the fall.


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About Ethan L. Johns

Ethan is the Food News Writer at Genius Kitchen. An expert on the Parisian bistrot, he likes bitters and salted butters, and is no fan of dessert unless it's made with fruit. His hobbies include reading up on the history of borscht and attempting to roll perfect couscous by hand. Twits & Instagram @EthanLJohns