The fact that BlueStar appliances are not mass produced give them an artisan appeal; as a designer I have carte blanche. The ability to customize to each client’s personal style and taste is unusual – and extraordinary – in this category.
BLANDON, Pa. (PRWEB) September 04, 2018
BlueStar®, manufacturer of handcrafted, high-performance kitchen appliances for the home – and a pioneer in customization and color innovation – announces Savor the Seasons, a new color collection curated by international interior designer Eric Cohler. Inspired by the flavors and colors of fresh ingredients, this new line features four custom seasonal palettes, all designed to inspire home chefs to create a personal space that reflects their passion for cooking and entertaining.
The Savor the Seasons collection will be rolled out by season, with Autumn Abundance first up this fall. The luscious palette features sweet, honeyed Persimmon; aromatic Turmeric tinged with a hint of orange and ginger; the neutral, earthy Spelt; and the salty, ocean-fresh Bluefish. Coming soon is Winter Solstice, followed in 2019 by Spring Awakening and Summer Bounty. The four gorgeous color collections work seamlessly together, so a homeowner can design an entire kitchen space using the collection as inspiration – from the color of the appliances, to the cabinets, to the accent pieces. Each palette will feature Cohler’s personal recommendation for a metal trim, from antique brass to pewter, to complement each season’s specific color collection.
BlueStar® has been a leader in color and customization for more than a decade, and offers virtually unlimited options for personalization across cooking, ventilation and cooling, including more than 750 colors and trims as well as highly customizable cooking surfaces and doors.
“Customization is a critical part of BlueStar’s heritage; we were the first large appliance manufacturer to introduce literally hundreds of colors across our product line,” said BlueStar President Eliza Sheffield. “We are excited to expand our relationship with the talented Eric Cohler to cultivate inspiration in the kitchen through bespoke design.”
Eric Cohler is highly acclaimed for his distinguishing ability to fuse classical and contemporary elements. Dubbed “The Mixmaster” by industry editors, Cohler’s interior spaces display layers of unusual texture and color, and he is known for his carefully curated style. “I’m a believer in the handcrafted. The fact that BlueStar appliances are not mass produced give them an artisan appeal; as a designer I have carte blanche. The ability to customize to each client’s personal style and taste is unusual – and extraordinary – in this category,” said Cohler.
This fresh, carefully curated collection, is designed to inspire not dictate. Cohler’s renowned style clearly emerges in the rich, saturated colors of each palette. “The colors work separately or together and harmonize perfectly with each other, in terms of design and materials. They are timeless and can be integrated into traditional, contemporary and modern kitchen and living styles,” said Cohler. “The colors feel luxe and unique yet livable – you could use them on a full suite of appliances (from ranges to hoods to refrigerators) or on one statement piece.”
In addition to 750 colors and finishes and the brand new Savor the Seasons collection, BlueStar® offers collections of unique finishes to stimulate the design process, including the Matte color collection, winner of a GOOD DESIGN Award; the popular Precious Metals featuring copper and other metallics; and the award-winning Textures collection. BlueStar® offers a “Build Your Own BlueStar” tool online where customers can build a custom dream product to their unique specifications. BlueStar appliances are designed and built exclusively by BlueStar® in the U.S. A.
For The Love of Cooking
BlueStar® products are handcrafted in the U.S.A. for home chefs who want restaurant-quality results in their own kitchens. In business since 1880, the Pennsylvania-based manufacturer specializes in gas ranges, gas and induction cooktops, electric and gas wall ovens, complementary kitchen ventilation hoods and premium refrigeration.
“Our commitment to aesthetics, customization, performance and quality has captured the imagination of home cooks as well as professional chefs for their own home kitchens,” said Sheffield.
About Eric Cohler
Acclaimed for his distinctive ability to fuse classic and contemporary elements, Eric Cohler is the original “Mixmaster” and designs spaces that look carefully composed yet are luxuriously comfortable. Cohler’s extensive experience in both residential and commercial interiors is seen in projects throughout the US, Europe and the Caribbean. His work appears in almost every interior publication and he has made numerous television appearances on CBS, HGTV, Bravo, NBC, PBS, and “The View” on ABC. A well-respected keynote speaker on design, art and collecting, Cohler holds an MS in Historic Preservation from Columbia University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and a Certificate from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and Oxford’s New College. Eric’s memoir, “Cohler on Design,” won the Elevate Award in 2016 for the best book on interior design. He is working on his next monograph, “Cohler on Art,” which is to be published in 2019.
Designed and built in Pennsylvania since 1880, BlueStar® cooking, refrigeration and ventilation products are handcrafted for discerning home chefs who demand restaurant-quality results in their own kitchens. The award-winning line includes high-performance gas ranges, cooktops, electric and gas wall ovens, complementary kitchen ventilation hoods and premium refrigeration. BlueStar® is the only pro-style appliance brand to offer virtually unlimited options for personalization, including more than 750 colors and trims as well as highly customizable cooking surfaces, swing and French oven doors, and restaurant accessories like salamander broilers, charbroilers, Frenchtops and oversized ovens that fit commercial sheet pans. Design a customized BlueStar® appliance online at “Build Your Own BlueStar”. For general information, visit http://www.bluestarcooking.com.