ISSUE 43  |  Color Stories

10 Easy Pieces: Colorful Freestanding Kitchen Ranges

May 18, 2016 8:00 AM

BY Alexa Hotz

When it comes to color in the kitchen, we think it better not to overthink it. Start with a color you’re instinctually drawn to, one you find yourself pinning again and again, and pick a large appliance in the same. Here is a multicolor splash of options in quality ranges you can rely on.


Above: The Blue Star RCS Open Burner 36-Inch Range is available in 750 colors and textures. It can be custom configured through Blue Star directly.


Above: Lacanche’s Chassagne Range, shown in yellow, is 43.5 inches and is available in nine other colors; $9,200 at French Ranges.


Above: The Redfyre Electric Range Cooker comes in six different colors. It’s sold in the UK and Ireland through Redfyre dealers.


Above: The Big Chill 36-Inch Pro Range in Basil is $2,995 from Big Chill.


Above: Smeg’s Victoria Aesthetic Free-Standing Dual Fuel Range in glossy cream is available directly through Smeg.


Above: The Viking 36-Inch Professional 7 Series Dual Fuel Range with six sealed burners, available in Cobalt (shown), Apple Red, Burgundy, Graphite, Black, and stainless steel, is $10,739 at AJ Madison.


Above: The classic Aga Cooker in two, three, and four oven models is warm at all times; available in White, Pistachio, Pearl Ashes, Heather Gray, Duck Egg Blue (shown), Dark Blue, Cream, Claret, British Racing Green, Black, Aubergine, and Pewter at March in San Francisco.


Above: The 30-Inch Ilve Nostalgie in burgundy with chrome trim is $5,849 at AJ Madison. It’s available in seven different color options paired with brass or chrome.


Above: La Cornue’s Château 120 Range in Almond Green (among 27 other color options) is available through authorized La Cornue dealers.


Above: The Bertazzoni Six-Burner Free-Standing 36-Inch Gas Range from Italy is $6,399 at AJ Madison. Check out more of our picks in red at 5 Favorites: Red Range Roundup.

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N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on October 28, 2015.