This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kohler. All opinions are 100% mine.
Last Tuesday I went to a fun event with Kohler to celebrate the launch of the new KOHLER Composed Bathroom Faucet. The event was held at the IAC Building in Chelsea, a sleek and modern space – the perfect complement to the modern design of the Composed faucet. I had a great time meeting the Kohler team, checking out the new range of products, and learning the behind-the-scenes scoop about what goes into the design of a product line like this, straight from the Kohler designers themselves! It was actually really fascinating to me, as faucets are something that we use everyday but perhaps rarely think about – meanwhile for this faucet collection, there was a ton of thought, creativity, and time that went into its creation. Every, single, little detail was thought about, tweaked, and finessed until they arrived at the final product – which took years to develop!
Kohler is an international company with creative teams in both the US and Paris. For the Composed Collection, the US and Paris teams each came up with ideas, and then combined them to create the finished product. At the event I learned that a lot of the process was about stripping away non-essentials, and perfecting the proportions of the piece. It’s very contemporary and evokes a minimalist aesthetic without feeling dull or boring.
Gorgeous flowers dotted around the event.
The Composed line is Kohler’s most modern product range to date. This faucet is all about clean lines and simplicity – to me, it makes a statement without shouting. The collection comes in two finishes: Polished Chrome and Vibrant Titanium. The Titanium is black but it has almost a metallic shine to it – it’s slightly smoky with an edgy, moody dimension. The faucet also comes in three different height options, and there are a variety of different handle options to suit the needs of different people and spaces.
I look forward to sharing more about the Composed collection in a future post, and in the meantime you can visit the Kohler site to learn more. You can also check out the interesting video below to hear Kohler’s Director of New Product Development, Mark Bickerstaffe, (who I met at the event – super nice and well-spoken) share a little more about the thought process behind the design of the KOHLER Composed Bathroom Faucet: