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The newest shop on Burlington’s 3rd Avenue to open this fall is the Kohler Signature Store by Supply New England—just across from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams—and the second in Massachusetts. (There are nine across the country). Beautifully appointed, the space is set up with mini design vignettes of dream kitchens and baths, showcasing some of the latest technology in the industry. Design styles run the gamut from traditional to transitional to contemporary and with six designers on staff to help you with your kitchen or bath projects, you are sure to find a design that fits your lifestyle. David Kohler, president and CEO of Kohler, says that Burlington is the Gateway to the North Shore and it’s the perfect location for Kohler to reach the North Shore community.

Functional, beautiful, personalized, and automated are a few key words to describe this bath and kitchen giant’s offerings. With touchless toilets and faucets, Kohler is the forefront of electronics and technology in the kitchen and bath. To give you an idea how far the bathroom has come Kohler offers a line of toilets with heated seats, bidet function, and remote control night lighting—and all sensor-operated.

And the company as no shortage of design ideas with its different collections reaching every price point and style. Kohler’s Artifact Collection is inspired by vintage faucets and accessories and offers homeowners the opportunity to mix and match and choose from several finishes. Kallista is Kohler’s  luxury brand and offers an elegant aesthetic with functionality, with freestanding tubs in cast iron and even copper and marble vanity tops. This is a not-to-miss destination if you are renovating your kitchen or bath or simply want to change out your faucet.