COMING SOON: BlueStar® by Design

Customization it is at the heart of what makes BlueStar® unique.  For years, we have proudly been the industry leaders in color.  Today, you can choose from 1,000+ colors & finishes, 10 metal trim options and 190 knobs colors.  Plus, if a designer or homeowner favors a color that’s not in our standards, there is no need to compromise.  We can match all colors from any paint manufacturer or sample as well.

This spring we are taking the ability to customize to the next level with BlueStar® by Design, a bold innovation that will change the face of kitchen appliance design to offer customers a truly bespoke space that fuses restaurant-grade performance with extraordinary design.

BlueStar By Design refrigerator featuring a unique design

BlueStar® by Design is a new cutting-edge process which allows any image, text, print, pattern or artwork to be applied to a range or refrigerator, making every piece a true original.  This extraordinarily distinctive, very personalized approach to appliances will usher in the next generation of customized design.  Imagine bringing to life photography, tile patterns, art inspiration even a favorite team logo on an appliance!  The durable and smooth, satin-like finish can be easily cleaned.

This BlueStar® exclusive technology allows for a design that is not only extremely personal to the homeowner but can be a signature piece for any interior designer. We are a company that’s built on the idea of customization. We see an appliance as a blank canvas full of design opportunity.  See just some of the possibilities.


Internationally acclaimed interior and product designer Caitlin Wilson also provided some of her iconic patterns.  Pattern and color are her forte and the foundation on which she designs her signature interiors and home decor products.  This floral print was pulled from a linen tea towel.

BlueStar By Design Range featuring a linen pattern


This stunning, original patterned design is from a textile print by Kendall Wilkinson Design, one of the nation’s most celebrated design firms. The Jafar Indigo pattern, in bold hues of blue, started as a fabric from the Kendall Wilkinson Fabricut® line.

BlueStar By Design range featuring a fabric pattern design


Previously shown was a custom pattern by John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon of Madcap Cottage which encompasses sophisticated fun, whimsy and grace. This design was hand drawn by the Madcap team overlaying a relaxed plaid and floral design.

BlueStar By Design range featuring a hand drawn design


These celestial hand painted Harvest half-moon tiles are by Fireclay.  Harvest’s half-moon shapes create a satisfyingly minimalistic landscape. Thanks to its contrasting colors, Harvest has an alluring depth that will never fall flat.  Shown in white motif.

BlueStar By Design range featuring a tile pattern


So many wallpaper options from Murals Wallpaper.

BlueStar By Design range featuring a wallpaper print


BlueStar By Design refrigerator featuring a unique pattern


BlueStar By Design range featuring a flooring print


BlueStar By Design range featuring a unique pattern


BlueStar By Design range in a unique pattern


BlueStar By Design refrigerator featuring a unique pattern

BlueStar® by Design, has been honored with a 2020 GOOD DESIGN award. This prestigious award emphasizes quality design of the highest form, function and aesthetic.

Logo for the Good Design AwardGOOD DESIGN® was founded in Chicago in 1950 by Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., Eero Saarinen, and Charles and Ray Eames. Mort Goldsholl created the iconic Good Design logo in 1950. For seven decades since its inception, The Chicago Athenaeum continues to create a awareness about contemporary design and to honor both products and industry leaders in design and manufacturing that have chartered new directions for innovation and pushed the envelope for competitive products in the world marketplace. GOOD DESIGN® is an international symbol of a company’s firm commitment to innovation and superior design embodiment.

In 2020, over 3,000 designers and visionary companies from over 50 countries entered the GOOD DESIGN competition.  Over 900 new products and graphic designs were selected and awarded from over 47 countries. The awarded products and graphics are accessioned into the Museum’s Permanent Design Collection.