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December 11, 2010

Are They Really Dream Stoves? Yes!

By RetroRuth

Prodded on by the recent post about vintage stove restoration by Aikens Furniture in California, I started doing a little poking around to find some other vintage stove restorers.  And I found some awesome ones! 

*Warning: The following sites contain amazing images of breathtaking vintage stoves.  Please view at your own risk! 🙂

I can’t lie to you guys.  Dream Stoves looks completely amazing.  Head on over to their site and check out there amazing gallery of restored beauties.  Unfortunately, these guys are located in California, so no browsing around their showroom floor for me!  And while the stoves are pricey ($ 3,800.00 – $ 8,000.00 for the more common models) they look so sleek and shiny in the pics that I wouldn’t mind putting down the $$ for a stunning kitchen showpiece.

Speaking of showpieces, check out the galleries over at Antique Appliances.

They do all kinds of appliances, and they have some great stuff.  They are located in Georgia, but they ship nationwide, so that is great news for me!  On their site, you pick your unrestored piece, and they restore it for you after you order.  I have my eye on this Kelvinator Food-O-Rama, which may have one of the best appliance names ever!

Hello, Santa???  If you haven’t gotten me anything yet, this Food-O-Rama would be great. Thanks.

Oh, and check out Antique Appliances on Facebook!

And closer to home, located in Tekonsha, MI, I found Antique Stoves. Not only to they have restored stoves for sale, but they also have links to tons of vintage stove parts, and info on vintage stoves.  Check out this pamphlet from a Chambers Thermobaker stove.

What about you readers?  Know of any good stove or appliance restoration places out there?  Let us know!

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6 Responses to Are They Really Dream Stoves? Yes!

  1. Eartha Kitsch Reply

    December 11, 2010 at 10:54 am

    Wowwwwwwww. I’m going to go into my kitchen now and pretend that my appliances don’t disappoint me.

  2. Sara in AZ Reply

    December 11, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    I will have to go in my shed and gaze longingly at my pink stove that is patiently waiting for me to find the right house to use it in! 🙂

  3. sablemable Reply

    December 11, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    OMG! That first stove is calling to me to come and get it!!!!!!!!

  4. MoonDoggie Reply

    December 11, 2010 at 3:21 pm

    Oh my – you warned me but I did not heed your advice.

    One day… one day…

  5. magnarama Reply

    December 13, 2010 at 10:21 am

    A friend of mine found that exact Chambers model featured in the final ad in perfect condition in a Salvation Army thrift store for — are you ready? — $75. Why don’t I ever have that kind of luck?!??! It took 5 people to move it up a flight of stairs….

    • RetroRuth Reply

      December 14, 2010 at 9:48 am

      Everyone – I know, right? 🙂


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