With decorated and textured surfaces, KOHLER Artist Editions fixtures, faucet trim and accessories inspire creativity and make it easy for you to achieve a personalized, coordinated look. Featuring a broad array of handcrafted designs including florals, geometrics, lifestyle themes and architectural detailing embossed in precious metals, each design is a singular study in form, color, texture and motif. Artist Editions fixtures are offered in an extensive range of sizes, styles and installations to make the most of a small powder room, furnish a master bath or define the focal point in a kitchen.
In 1927, the first ceramic lavatories came into being, making breakthroughs in both quality and texture.
In 1964, the first self-rimming lavatory came into being, with its pioneering design and innovation.
In 1985, inspired by artists and incorporating a range of influences, KOHLER introduced art into the home along with its signature innovations.
In 2008, KOHLER introduced the stunning Artist Editions collection into the Chinese Market.
In 1929, KOHLER’S Kathryn black series was featured in an exhibition at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, marking an appreciation of Kohler’s artistic style.
In 1964, THE BOLD LOOK OF KOHLER series, with its forward-looking designs and bold colors, set a new trend in designing for the bathroom, taking KOHLER to the forefront of style.
In 1985, the first KOHLER series of vessel lavatories came into being with exceptional designs, launching a major new trend in washrooms.
In 2008, KOHLER introduced the Double Happiness™ series to honor the 15th anniversary of entering the Chinese market, integrating inspirations from designers both at home and abroad.
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