Kitchen and bath, designed by Kohler

My family rolled their eyes when I said I wanted to check out the Kohler Design Center while we were in Kohler. But, as an HGTV addict and Pinterest remodeling enthusiast, I knew I wanted to check it out.

Sink at Kohler Design CenterThe first thing we saw when walking in was a demonstration chair with heat technology. This translates into a hottub or whirlpool that could have heated walls with the push of a button.

Moving along, we moved into the kitchen area with gorgeous sinks and faucets (yes, sinks and faucets can be gorgeous. In the back of the room is the infamous Great Wall of China, or more accurately, a great wall of the Porcelain Gods.Kohler Great Wall of Toilets

The kids got an education with the toilet demonstrations that included built in bidet functions. They had fun getting into a few of the tubs and testing shower heads.

Moving to the lower level, this was another love of mine – history. This floor told the story of the Kohler family, the Kohler company and how they’ve changed the way people function, including the development of the first electric washing machine (thank you, Kohler!). The company started with plows and then enameled a cast iron horse trough, and the rest is history.

The Kohler Design Center was a fun diversion for the family and also include some education. I recommend a visit if you’re ever in the area.

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  1. Pingback: A family affair at the Kohler Resort area and The American Club « Tonja's Travels

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