Lacanche to La Cornue: 4 Gorgeous French Ranges

These French ranges are sooo beautiful, they can make a kitchen. The design, the performance, the colors! What's not to love? In the gallery above, see a few models in real kitchens, then take a look at some of our picks after the jump:

The second pic up top is from our very own Greg's Gorgeous Renovated Kitchen. We've always admired this kitchen, with breathtaking architecture that's complimented perfectly by a Lacanche range.

The last image in the gallery above is of a kitchen complete with cabinetry designed by French range maker La Cornue. The company has recognized the love of their aesthetic and has put it into a line of cabinetry that matches their ranges.

A few of our favorite picks for French ranges are pictured below. One's a giant (we can dream, right?) and the rest would definitely be suitable for an apartment or small home kitchen:

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At right, the Fontenay by Lacanche is a big daddy with a big price tag of around $11,000. We love it in this vivid yellow and it would provide more than enough room for professional cooking at home.

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The Rully, also by Lacanche, is pictured at left. It's a smaller range and comes in at around $7,000.

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There's also a whole line of La Cornue's ranges available for easy purchase in the U.S. at Williams-Sonoma. At right is the CornuFĂ© by La Cornue, available at Williams-Sonoma for $8,600.

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As an alternative to the full ranges, we also like the Marengo cooktop by French manufacturer Morice, at left. Also don't forget E. Caumartin, another maker of gorgeous ranges directly from France.

Related: French or American? Guess the Country of These Kitchens

(Images: Jaime Ardiles-Arce/Architectural Digest, Greg Henry of Sippity Sup, Lacanche, La Cornue)

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Regina is an architect who lives with her husband and children in Lawrence, KS. As a LEED Accredited Professional and longtime contributor to Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn, her focus is on healthy, sustainable living through design.