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Bird of paradise

Bird of paradise is KitchenAid's first-ever Color of the Year, which is similar to Pantone's annual campaign. The salmon-like color would look right at home in a Floridian home a la "The Golden Girls."

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We saw blue velvet

Blue velvet is a new addition to KitchenAid's color lineup. It's a matte, light blue shade.

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Dried rose

This new pink color is also matte.

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Shaded palm

This matte emerald will also be available this year.

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Crimson red

This dark shade of merlot is another new color for KitchenAid.

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Other small appliances

A handful of small appliances, including this blender, will also be available in KitchenAid's new shades later this year.

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7 Cup Food Processor

KitchenAid will also have new small appliances this year, including this food processor. It will cost $130-$150 and be available in April.

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9 Cup Food Processor

This food processor, along with the 7-cup version, will have three speeds and LED-lit controls. The 9 Cup Food Processor will cost $180-$200 and will be available in the fall.

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Precision Gooseneck Kettle

This kettle, which will come in stovetop ($100) and electric ($120) versions, will be available in June.

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Sifter and Scale Attachment

This new attachment for the KitchenAid stand mixer includes a scale so you can measure ingredients by weight. It also sifts ingredients. It will be available for $170 later this year.

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Metal Food Grinder Attachment

This mixer attachment that grinds meat will cost $130 and will go on sale this summer.

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