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Creative selection and convenient placement of appliances enhance both kitchen use and design.
This sleek island enlarged the work area of the kitchen as well as provided a gorgeous focal point. An impressive stainless-steel exhaust hood, industrial-style range, and ample stone countertops equip this kitchen big enough for two cooks.
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The vintage-look, French-made range offers cooks in this kitchen multiple burners, a grill cooktop, and a large oven. The modern stove, exuding old-fashioned style, inspired the room's black accents.
A six-burner cooktop topped by a large stainless-steel exhaust hood is the center of all cooking activity in this efficient kitchen. A below-counter oven and inset microwave offer multiple meal prep options. A breakfast station fills a niche next to the cooktop and oven.
A kitchen overhaul started with the homeowner's desire to switch from an electric range to a gas model. The stainless-steel professional-grade unit features two ovens -- ideal for big meal preparation and endless entertaining possibilities.
A kitchen with old-world flavor can also have modern efficiencies. The dual-fuel, European-style, cast-iron range's cream-color enamel exterior positions it as a focal point for the entire kitchen. The 44-inch-wide range is topped by an oversize exhaust hood and fancy corbels that match the creamy glazed cabinetry.
Retro appliances, such as this reproduction range, allow kitchen remodelers a blast-from-the-past design option. This range faithfully copies the lines of a circa-1950s model while offering features a modern cook expects: sealed gas burners, a self-cleaning oven, an electronic timer, and a warming drawer.
It's hard to change the past, but that's exactly what happened to this vintage range. The 5-foot-wide restored model features an all-white porcelain exterior, eight gas burners, a center griddle, two baking ovens (on the upper left and right), one roasting oven (upper center), two broiler drawers (lower left and right), a utensil drawer (lower center), and pullout trays for crumbs and grease. The top panel includes an analog clock and a separate 60-second timer.
This cast-iron model resembles a vintage cookstove, but offers modern cooking power: six gas burners and four electric ovens (a conventional oven, a convection oven, a simmering oven, and a ceramic broiler.
Cook up a storm with this professional-grade range with six burners. The kitchen design called for a range that would meet the professional cooking needs of the homeowner, but would fit in the vintage, cottage look.
For the baker who likes to multitask, this kitchen offers five ovens: four conventional ovens (two in the range, two on the wall) and a convection oven. To top it off, the kitchen also features a warming drawer.
This six-burner, two-oven range offers culinary options that will thrill any cook. Also included in the unit are a griddle, stainless-steel backsplash and warming racks. A cabinetry-matching hood crowns the professional-grade range with classic style.
The galley-style space features a microwave, stovetop, ovens, exhaust hood, and dishwasher -- all in modern stainless steel as sleek as the coffee-color cabinets set flush with the countertops.
This oversize cooking alcove includes a 22-inch cooktop, a 60-inch range, and a wall-mounted browner -- all in stainless steel. White cabinets feature furniture-style bracket feet.