KitchenAid Is Releasing 5 New Bowl Designs, So You Can Make Your Stand Mixer Look Even Cuter

By: CookingLight.com

Aaaaand we want all of them.

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This story originally appeared on Cookinglight.com by Jaime Milan.

KitchenAid is known for their iconic colorful mixers and limited-edition collections—their 100-year-anniversary collection includes a bold “Queen of Hearts” line and a vintage-inspired Misty Blue line, but they’re not stopping there. They just released five new ceramic mixing bowls, so you can switch up the look and feel of your stand mixer without dropping hundreds of dollars.

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These bowls are compatible with any of KitchenAid’s 5-quart stand mixers, and would suit any color they sell. Whether you’re looking for something subtle and serene, or sprinkle-covered, they have a bowl to match your tastes.

According to a press release, here are the newest designs (and their descriptions):

Confetti Spinkle

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“Confetti Sprinkle sparks inspiration for your next baking experience with a burst of confetti.” This playful bowl costs $84.99.

Parasol

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“Parasol is inspired by worldly travels. This 3-D faceted bowl combines the traditional Japanese parasol umbrella with Scandinavian floral designs.” It retails for $94.99.

Scandi Floral

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“Scandi Floral is a playful pattern with a hand-painted look that is inspired by Scandinavian floral designs.” $84.99

Whispering Floral

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“Whispering Floral is a subtle gray floral graphic applied to a white chocolate bowl, bringing forth feelings of peace and serenity to your kitchen.” It’s available for just $84.99.

White Mermaid Lace

According to the press release, this design is slated to come out in spring or summer of this year. Unfortunately images aren’t currently available, but the description is making us want to see it ASAP: “White Mermaid Lace is a 3D-embossed design inspired by a traditional Japanese fish scale pattern, finished with a reactive glaze that changes the color's intensity to accentuate the pattern.” This ceramic bowl will cost $94.99.


This article originally appeared on Cookinglight.com