What is the most popular color of KitchenAid mixer?

Blue Velvet
According to KitchenAid’s survey of over 5,000 stand mixer households, the most popular color is the calming Blue Velvet, a favorite for 18 states overall. The retro Aqua Sky and brand new Kyoto Glow were next with another 18 states combined.

What color is Joanna Gaines KitchenAid mixer?

dark sage green
Created for Target by Chip and Joanna’s Hearth & Hand for Magnolia brand, the KitchenAid stand mixer comes in an exclusive color called Pebbled Palm. It’s one of the prettiest stand mixer we’ve ever seen! The gorgeous hue is a dark sage green that would look beautiful in any kitchen.

What colors are available for KitchenAid mixers?

Here is a list of all current KitchenAid Artisan mixer colors: Ocean Drive, Apple Cider, Aqua Sky, Bird of Paradise, Black Violet, Blue Willow, Bordeaux, Boysenberry, Buttercup Yellow, Caviar, Cobalt Blue, Contour Silver, Copper Pearl, Cranberry, Crystal Blue, Empire Red, Espresso, Gloss Cinnamon, Green Apple, Guava …

What is the original KitchenAid Colour?

The original mixer was a hulking, white-and-silver, industrial-looking beast. It took two decades to nail down the now-iconic shape and another two to realize the importance of color. In 1955, the first hues were introduced: Petal Pink, Island Green, Sunny Yellow, Satin Chrome, and Antique Copper.

What kind of mixer does Trisha Yearwood use?

KitchenAid mixer
Yearwood: My favorite kitchen appliance is my KitchenAid mixer. I use it a lot for mixing cake batters, but I also use it for savory things, like mixing together sausage, cheese, and self-rising flour for my sausage hors d’oeuvres.

What KitchenAid mixer does Martha Stewart use?

KitchenAid KSM150PSAQ Stand
KitchenAid KSM150PSAQ Stand Mixer, Martha Stewart Blue Collection Artisan 5 Qt.

Can you paint a KitchenAid stand mixer?

Can a Kitchenaid Stand Mixer be Painted? Yes it can, with very nice results. But you have to follow each step in the process completely. Don’t rush or you’ll be unhappy with the quality of the finish.