I dream about kitchens…we are just starting the process of building a house, so my late night wanderings through Pinterest or my favorite design blogs (like Bungalow Classic) often result in REM tours through imaginary rooms that haven’t been designed yet. I love when stoves are used as a design focal point in kitchens, especially as one pop of color in an otherwise stark space. So, we put together a round up that shows a sampling of ranges so stylish that they might have even inspired Carrie Bradshaw to start cooking and stop using her oven as extra storage for her Manolos. The possibilities for incorporating one of these ranges in to your kitchen design scheme are endless, and even if I don’t quite have the budget for some (or any) of them yet…a girl can dream!
This 1932 Magic Chef range found a home in a lovingly restored 1830s farmhouse in the Catskills.
Another French show stopper — this one by Lacanche.
We can’t get enough of Smeg’s kitschy fridges or their take on the stylish stove.
The cast iron AGA Total Control ATC3 range retails for just under $15K.
The navy and stainless combination makes for an always classic look.
The retro styling of the Big Chill line might make the ranges look like they are straight from the 50s, but the company actually started in Boulder, Colorado in 2001.
Each model of Electrolux’s Molteni Range is made-to-order in Saint Uze, France. And, once it makes the journey to your home, it won’t be going anywhere for awhile…as an oven door alone weighs 88 pounds!
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