Summer Bounty Color Palette Added to Award-Winning Collection
May 22, 2019
Blandon, PA, May 22 – BlueStar®, manufacturer of handcrafted, high-performance kitchen appliances for the home – and a pioneer in customization and color innovation – announces Summer Bounty, the fourth and final palette in the award-winning Savor the Seasons color collection curated by internationally acclaimed interior designer Eric Cohler. Eric Cohler is known for his distinguishing ability to fuse classical and contemporary elements with unique texture and color.
“Summer cooking is all about bright and colorful dishes, with many fruits and vegetables in peak season. The Summer Bounty palette brings those colors to life in your home kitchen,” said Ann Muth, Director of Marketing, BlueStar®.
BlueStar® has been a leader in appliance color and customization for more than a decade and is the only pro-style appliance brand to offer virtually unlimited options for personalization across cooking, ventilation and refrigeration, including more than 750 colors, plus metal trim options.
The new Summer Bounty palette is made up of four hues: Sea Salt, a soft, silky grey-white; Summer Herbs, a pale tender green; a misty blue called Blueberry; and Blackberry, a sophisticated dark plum. These elegant shades can be used as a statement piece or can be the neutral joining together softer elements in the space.
The full Savor the Seasons collection includes Autumn Abundance and Winter Solstice introduced last year, and most recently, Spring Awakening and Summer Bounty. All palettes work seamlessly together to inspire the entire kitchen space – from the color of appliances, to cabinets, to accent pieces. Each palette features Cohler’s personal recommendation for a metal trim, from antique brass to pewter, to complement each. Chrome trim is suggested for the summer hues.
Cohler’s renowned style clearly emerges in the rich, potent 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 unique, yet livable – you could use them on a full suite of appliances (from ranges to hoods to refrigerators) or on one statement piece.”
BlueStar® offers an online “Build Your Own BlueStar” tool where customers can build a custom dream product to their unique specifications. BlueStar appliances are designed and built exclusively by BlueStar® in Pennsylvania. For more information, visit www.bluestarcooking.com.
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 www.bluestarcooking.com.
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.