Explore a century of innovation and inspiration in the kitchen.Travel The Timeline
MODEL H-5 IS BORN
Called “the best kitchen aid” by an executive’s wife, the KitchenAid stand mixer is born. The Model H-5 offers attachments that do everything from slicing to straining, branding KitchenAid stand mixers as versatile “food preparation tools.”
The Model "K"
At the middle-mark of the Great Depression, the Model 'K' launches, becoming the first of its kind to use a bowl that secured to the base with an interlocking motion. It is the first appearance of the now iconic "shape" which would later get its own trademark, and the world would know as KitchenAid.
KitchenAid launches its first home dishwasher. Unlike other residential dishwashers that simply splashed water on dishes, the new dishwasher distributed water through a pressurized system. The dishwashers launched in pink and white.
INTRODUCING STAND MIXER COLORS
A chance to add some culinary color to the kitchen. With the introduction of the new Stand Mixer colors, the brand’s reputation as strong, reliable, versatile and stylish is reinforced.
A SPECIAL 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Amidst a cultural revolution, the first man on the moon and the introduction of the brand’s most popular mixer to date — the Model K-45 — KitchenAid celebrates a 50th birthday.
NEW: COLORS OF
Harvest Wheat and Avocado join the KitchenAid color selections — including a Golden Harvest Dishwasher featuring a portable version that did not require any installation.
A SUITE COMPLETE: OUR FIRST REFRIGERATOR
After acquiring Chambers Corporation of Oxford, MS to enable the introduction of a line of ovens and stovetops — KitchenAid adds its first refrigerators — leading to the brand’s first full line of major home appliances.
MORE APPLIANCES TO PUSH BOUNDARIES
KitchenAid further expands its arsenal with blenders, hand mixers and food processors — allowing home chefs and ambitious culinary creators more opportunity to experiment and challenge themselves.
INDUCTION COOKTOPS EMPOWER COOKS
Following up on previous professional cooking technologies brought to the home kitchen, KitchenAid adds induction cooktops to its appliance suite — offering cooks with limited counter space an extra burner to cook and create.
While it may be our birthday, it's everyone's celebration. Celebrate 100 years of making history with the Limited Edition Collection.