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Appliance Envy — Inside Man

Appliances are power tools for the kitchen. Appliances can nuke, broil, blend, pressurize, or chill - but not all look good while doing it. Stainless steel and glass are materials that endure, are easier on the environment than their plastic counterparts and let's face it, just look better.

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I mean, yeah, this is the third time we've toyed with the idea of buying one of these retro-inspired stoves.... I can't swallow the price tag but they're soooooo gorgeous! From Big Chill.

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I LOVE these! This website has 1950's style ranges, fridges, microwaves, etc. that are totally modern in their functionality. They also make all those appliances in 1800's styles! If I was rich, this is how I would be doing my kitchen!

Cherry Red Retro Stove by Big Chill I would have loved to get this, but my kitchen is painted a maroon.

beach house kitchen with dusty blue range.

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Keep Essentials Handy. Make food prep easy by storing items off the counter but within reach. Here, a thin strip of stainless steel artfully organizes spices, utensils, and other cooking essentials. Open shelves flank the range to keep larger cooking items and dishes on hand, as well.

WOW! I would LOVE to have a stove like this!!! ~~1801 stove - by Cyrus Carpenter & Co., in the Loring-Greenough House (1760), Jamaica Plain, Boston, Mass.

This looks like my Grandma's. I so wanted to find a way to keep it when they sold their house.

wood cook stove - OK if I had this I would cook with it , bake in it and sleep on it . LOVE IT !