14 Essential Appliance Sources for Your Kitchen Renovation

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14 Essential Appliance Sources for Your Kitchen Renovation


The family-owned Italian manufacturer prides itself on its classic appliances that will last a lifetime. Give tradition a pop with a range in one of the brand’s many fun colors. Shown is the 48", six-burner, double-oven Professional Series range in red; $8,599.


The leading technology brand has brought connectivity to the kitchen in its Family Hub refrigerator, debuted this year at CES. With an HD touch screen, interior cameras, and Wi-Fi connectivity, the black stainless-steel fridge can play music and videos, search recipes, and show you what’s in your fridge remotely. Mark your calendar—it’ll be available in Spring 2016.


The German maker’s sleek appliances are perfect for the discerning minimalist. Coffee-addicted aesthetes will love the CM 201 built-in automated coffeemaker in aluminum and brushed stainless steel; $3,249.


The master of refrigeration has applied its know-how to wine, too. The 24" undercounter wine storage unit features rolling racks, UV-resistant glass, and humidity-control technology and can be ordered with custom-made cabinet-matching panels or a stainless-steel finish; $3,940.


Inventor of the downdraft system, Jenn-Air knows ventilation. The Low Profile canopy island hood clears the air while looking chic; $3,749.


The German luxury appliance maker has solved the problem of opening the dishwasher with armfuls of dirty tableware. The Diamond Series knock-to-open model avoids mess and breakage; $2,499.


A go-to for professional chefs, Wolf ranges work wonders for the at-home gourmand, too. Superior performance, durability, and an iconic design (culinary enthusiasts will recognize those red knobs) make them well worth the price tag. Shown is the 48", four-burner gas range with an infrared dual griddle; $11,400.


Long revered by chefs and restaurateurs in the commercial arena, True made its first foray into the residential world last year. The True 42 refrigerator boasts an interior and exterior in smudge-proof stainless steel and food preservation technology befitting your favorite restaurant; $17,500.


Beloved for its color-match program and smartphone-connected ranges, Dacor is also a standout in the wine realm. A dream amenity for curious oenophiles, the Discovery WineStation preserves, aerates, and serves up to four bottles at a time; $5,499.

A force in the kitchen for over 75 years, Thermador has updated one of the most-used appliances for its built-in convection microwave. Shown is the 24” model in stainless steel; $900.


The tech giant known for its sleek TVs and computers has brought smart technology to the world of appliances. A few years ago, its innovative door-in-door design maximized space in the refrigerator while preserving energy. This year, it offers the design in a black stainless-steel finish. Shown is the four-door version; $4,299.


Known and beloved for professional-grade ovens and ranges, Viking looked to the rich culinary history of Italy to develop the Tuscany range, a stunning combination of old-world style and of-the-moment technology. Shown is the 48" size with four burners and a griddle; $17,779.


For those who prefer that their appliances fly under the radar, GE Monogram offers a custom-panel cabinet-matching program; prices upon request.

Aga Marvel

Dating from early-18th-century England, cast-iron ranges by Aga Marvel are instantly recognizable for their iconic shape and fun colors. Shown is the 3-oven cast-iron range inaqua; $15,599.

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