19 May 2009

The Artful French Kitchen

The wonderful designs of these stoves takes your breath away. These are French in design. And would add a certain panache to any kitchen if you have the kitchen and the money to get one of these gems. They cost around $20.000.00. For that money you better love to cook and cook often to make it worth getting. 

I know what you saying why is she teasing us with these, I just think their art, if a stove could be art. 


Glenda/MidSouth said...

Those are impressive! Even if I had that kind of money to spend on a stove (which I don't), I could not justify buying one as I rarely cooks these days. :)
Thanks for sharing.

Liz said...

Oh man! I would LOVE one of these! I knew they were pricey but I had no idea they were that much! Yikes!

I think I'll wait on mine... LOL

Bellamere Cottage said...

Oh YES!! They did take my breath away.......quite a step up from my builder's grade Whirlpool! :-)

Warm blessings,

Laura [What I Like] said...

I am officially obsessed with that red one. But $20k?!!! Good lord! I will have to continue to admire from afar.

Lisa Borgnes Giramonti said...

We went for an Aga rather than a La Cornue...but they are so heart-stoppingly beautiful I always wonder whether it would hava been worth sacrificing private school for my son in order to make crepes on a stovetop like the ones you've shown!!!

Bellamere Cottage said...

WOW!! Aren't they works of art??...I love the black one and the white one.........DELISH!!

I also enjoyed the street signs. They really are so pretty.


Anonymous said...

Hi, these stoves are beautiful but thought I would just chip in and help, I don't think they're all from the la cornue range.

The top one might be, however, cornufe the starting range from la cornue starts at 8000. The two in the middle look like Lacanche which are around 6000 and the bottom I think is Morice, also cheaper.

Maybe not completely out of reach!

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