A standard gas range features four or five burners and a manual ignition switch that lights the gas burner you wish to use. Easy-to-turn knobs that enable you to control the flames are generally located in a row at the front of the range or to one side of the burners.
A small niche behind the stove is a great place for oils and spices, and a faucet above the stove is ideal for filling large pots. A mix of grays and browns makes this high-end, custom kitchen feel earthy and natural.
A two-toned gas stove makes cooking a pleasure - There’s lots to love in this sleek kitchen, but if you ask a cook what the most attractive feature is, without a doubt, it would be the state-of-the-art six-burner gas stove and hood.
This beautiful country kitchen is both elegant and functional. There are custom cabinet that extend all the way to the ceiling, heightening the space, making it feel larger. The cabinets are lightly distressed to help facilitate the country look. The white tile backsplash also adds elegance to the space, but the double oven and gas stove make the space functional. Without a need for electricity, this stove will be useful even when the power is out, and the double ovens will help the family prepare for large gatherings as well as nightly meals.
Stoves - Gas stoves are most cooks’ preference because they allow for greater control than electric. This stainless steel range and range hood, accompanied by a decorative tile backsplash and granite countertops.
On either side of the gas stove, counter space makes chopping veggies and stashing ingredients much more convenient, while upper cabinets add storage space and provide easy access to mixing bowls and baking dishes.