We Got An Early Sneak Peek of KitchenAid’s Prettiest Mixer Yet

updated May 1, 2019
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Quick! Someone should pull out their KitchenAid stand mixer and make KitchenAid a celebratory cake: The brand is celebrating its 100th anniversary! If you don’t have a KitchenAid stand mixer (or you want a new one), you’re in luck. To celebrate this major milestone, the company is releasing a commemorative mixer, which will be available for a limited time. And there’s an extra-extra special version only at Williams Sonoma

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The 100 Year Celebration Mixer comes in this limited-edition Misty Blue, which is meant to “evoke a classic style, harkening back to one of the first KitchenAid Stand Mixer colors ever introduced,” according to the company.

Fun fact: Originally, the KitchenAid stand mixer was only available in white. It wasn’t until 1955, when Williams Sonoma decided that there should be more color in the kitchen (specifically European Blue), that a new color was introduced.

This Celebration Mixer is technically two mixers: there’s a premium one that comes with a ceramic hobnail bowl and a flex edge beater (available exclusively at Williams Sonoma for $500) and one with a white-coated stainless steel bowl (for $400). Like other mixers in the company’s lineup, these also have 10 optimized speeds and a tilt-head design.

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Unlike KitchenAid’s other mixers, though, these models are emblazoned with a unique Heritage-Inspired KitchenAid (read: old time-y) logo and special power hub cover that’s an intentional throwback to the celebrate the 100-year history of the brand. And they’ll only be available for a limited time.

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When you consider this new color (and don’t even get us started on that beautiful hobnail bowl!), the commemorative mixer certainly feels like a classic. Like something our grandparents could have used 90 or 100 years ago, no? Especially compared to more recent modern releases like the matte black and copper machines.

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Also, if you’re in the market for a new oven, there will be a matching 36-inch Limited Edition KitchenAid Range for $7,699.

What do you think of the new color? And that hobnail bowl?