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« Reply #195 on: May 04, 2018, 08:10:08 am »


I could do a lot of cooking in that!! 

I especially like the "Hansel & Gretel" style - perhaps they left the oven out for a reason...to keep mean little kids from cooking them...!!??   They did kinda go 'modern' on the inside after a really great outside start.  But no matter what, stainless appliances are probably never gonna give that feel that I want and you expressed - old world lumberjack.

Am planning to make a little 'guest house' along those lines - hand split oak shingles, etc.  But no second story!  There is also one of those old fairy tales about "There was a crooked man and he went a crooked mile...".     Like this...only no pastels!

http://www.bcx.news/photos/places/themeparks/enchanted_forest/crooked_man/



Something like this kitchen would be a great fit for the cottage in that video: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/f3/5b/2c/f35b2c97577e7ac4e71201b9d155bfe5.jpg

Unfortunately those ovens are so pricey, you don't even want to see the price! (Ok, $7500 for a Rayburn Oven!)

The "poor mans" retro range: https://www.discountbandit.com/home-garden/kitchen-dining/avanti-gr2414cw-model-gr2414cw-24-gas-range.html?utm_source=GoogleShopping&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=GoogleShopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIydTH75zs2gIVjIlpCh1wUwEdEAkYASABEgKOj_D_BwE

Or finding a neat looking old 1940s/1950s oven on Craigslist and just biting the bullet and fixing it up (which can be done for less than $500 including repairs usually).
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« Reply #196 on: May 04, 2018, 09:55:14 am »

Something like this kitchen would be a great fit for the cottage in that video: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/f3/5b/2c/f35b2c97577e7ac4e71201b9d155bfe5.jpg

Unfortunately those ovens are so pricey, you don't even want to see the price! (Ok, $7500 for a Rayburn Oven!)

The "poor mans" retro range: https://www.discountbandit.com/home-garden/kitchen-dining/avanti-gr2414cw-model-gr2414cw-24-gas-range.html?utm_source=GoogleShopping&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=GoogleShopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIydTH75zs2gIVjIlpCh1wUwEdEAkYASABEgKOj_D_BwE

Or finding a neat looking old 1940s/1950s oven on Craigslist and just biting the bullet and fixing it up (which can be done for less than $500 including repairs usually).


That is exactly the styling I am looking for.  I have an old 1950's Royal Rose, 20" range for a special project I am working on (school bus RV conversion) that is very similar to the 2nd one.

I don't mind buying new, but would much rather buy an old one that has been re-worked.  Or I can rework.   I go to Tulsa Stove Hospital once in a while just to kinda look around.  Haven't found exactly what I want, but close!  They did have an old Ruud 'on demand' water heater - from about 1910 !   Cost more than I could work with.  Looks like an old pot bellied wood stove... dual fuel - one of our "modern" buzz words - burned wood or coal !!

Looks a lot like this, but no natural gas...

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-Ruud-Tankless-Water-Heater-/152957686483


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