Stainless range with white appliances???
Has anyone used a stainless steel range in when all of the other appliances are white? I have a house that is nearly 100 years old and is in an upscale neighborhood of similar houses. I plan to install soapstone countertops but have realized that if I am going to replace my range it makes sense to do it prior to ordering the countertops. My current Jenn-air, slide-in, dual fuel downdraft range is still functional but showing its age (I've had it nearly 20 years) cosmetically. All of my appliances are white because that is what suits the idea of my period kitchen---replicas of 1920s or 1930s flat panel, honey-colored birch cabinets with a maple floor and new soapstone counters coming after I make my range decision.
Figuring out what to replace the range with is difficult enough and is a topic for another post, but I am realizing that I will have many more options if I go with stainless rather than white. I am thinking of a pro-type 30" or 36" range. The range is on a different wall than the other appliances (perhaps 8 feet away) and has a white, subway tile backsplash behind it that goes up about four feet. I really don't like stainless and will never replace my other appliances with stainless, but I would certainly open up my choices if I didn't just limit myself to white when looking for a range. Or, I've also perhaps thought about the semo-prp look stove in black maybe.
Does anyone have any thoughts? Or, has anyone seen something similar? We'll sell someday, but re-sale is now at all what I am thinking about now.