Bold & brightly-colored kitchen sinks (’60s & ’70s)

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The wild one (1968)

The sporty Fiesta makes other kitchen sinks look like they’re standing still. You get a whole new feeling with that sou instrument panel to command.

With one hand, you shift into the perfect water temperature, pop open the drain, even shoot auto stream of detergent.

And Fiesta colors are as wild as the action — all 6 of them.

Add an American-Standard food waste disposer and V-A-R-O-O-O-M — you’ve left dullsville behind! The revolution is on at American-Standard.



Bright new note for your kitchen: Kohler sinks in five new accent colors! (1966)

Who says a kitchen sink has to be dull and colorless? Not Kohler. We’ve put romance back into the kitchen with five new accent-colored sinks. Beautiful enameled cast iron — they need no metal rim — seal right into your counter — neater — smoother. Shop around the page for the sink that accents your kitchen best.

Check into our five new accent colored sinks for yourself. You’re sure to find just the right note of contrast for any background scheme. Perhaps in Blueberry (above), or Antique Red in the picture at top of page.

Kohler faucets and fittings complement the beauty of the kitchen sink and offer maximum resistance to corrosion — ensure lasting satisfaction. (Sink color is Expresso.)

Note our new Brookfield in Jade — it’s a brand new model. Note the new shape of the big twin basins. See your plumbing contractor, builder or architect. He’s got a colorful story to tell you.

A sink in Citron — or any tithe accent colors–makes this kitchen bright and cheery. Love the idea of accent colored sinks? Write Accent Kitchens, Kohler Co., Kohler, Wisconsin for the bright new booklet.



Sinks: Kohler Endurables (1976)

Kohler enameled cast iron kitchen sinks – Colors: Antique Red, Tiger Lily, Sunflower, Fresh Green, Avocado and Harvest Gold

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  1. where can the bold red or blue or yellow kitchen sinks to be found??? am looking at your website at great stuff and a phone call discloses that the johnathan adler line is not available. Why is it online if i can not buy it? Plaease respond with info to help me get what i am looking for. thanks m foster

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