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Turns out, painting our cabinets green was just the beginning of the color taking over kitchens. Now you can have a matching sink. Kohler just added three shades of green to its assortment (all plucked from the manufacturer’s archives), including the hue Aspen Green.

While the “crisp silver-green” shade was first released by Kohler in 1978, it feels perfectly relevant today with so many people embracing tones like sage and olive in their cook spaces. The heritage color will be offered on select Kohler bathtubs, toilets, and sinks, most notably the company’s Whitehaven kitchen sink. The cast-iron product comes in a variety of dimensions, but at its core, it’s a true farmhouse-style, apron-front sink. And who said it had to be white?

For an even more rustic feel, go for the Brockway utility sink, which is fitting for a laundry room or dishwasher-less kitchen, given that its deep basin is ideal for cleaning plates by hand. If a bolder swatch of green is more your speed, consider Fresh Green, a throwback from 1971, or Teal (released circa 1987), which the company also just rereleased.

Courtesy of Kohler | Whitehaven Farmhouse Sink.

This isn’t the first time Kohler has dug through its history books and brought back a discontinued hue. (Psst: It has released more than 100 original colors since 1927.) Last year, in honor of the company’s 150th birthday, it asked people to vote on their favorite vintage colorways and ultimately brought back Peachblow and Spring Green. Little did we know, they had a similar surprise planned for this year.

Here are a few Kohler fixtures we love in the old-but-new olive color.