New neutral: KitchenAid’s first-ever black stainless steel finish

KitchenAid launched a new collection with the introduction of the first-ever black stainless steel finish. Hailed by kitchen designers as a "new neutral," black stainless is a fourth design alternative in the brand's all-new collection, also available in traditional stainless, white and black.

The collection has satin textured stainless steel handles that enhance grip; chrome inlaid frames that accent the transition between glass and other surfaces; and KitchenAid brand medallions, available in red and other optional colors that serve as a finishing stamp on the side of any handle. The new collection comes in blue and gray color palettes, as well as warmer color schemes, such as maple wood cabinets and golden granite countertops.

KitchenAid was established in 1919. Today, the company has various collections for the kitchen, including countertop appliances to cookware, ranges to refrigerators and whisks to wine cellars.

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