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Black Bluestar range with brass trim

Posted by jenny_from_the_block (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 7, 12 at 23:05

A while back a few people expressed interest in seeing what brass trim looked like on a Bluestar range.

My range was recently set up and here are some pictures if it helps anyone decide (counters, walls, and range backsplash not completed yet). While I was able to see a Bluestar in person at our local appliance place, I ordered the black / brass sight unseen. I am happy with the way it turned out, the brass surprised me by being very subtle / light. My camera phone washes photos out a bit.
The knobs are "enchanted silver" They don't offer them in stainless and said this would be the closest match. Now I wonder if I should have stayed with black knobs but really am not worried because I am happy with it. Haven't cooked a lot on it yet though since we don't have any running water in the kitchen yet! I am so looking forward to cooking on it!

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RE: Black Bluestar range with brass trim

jenny, thanks so much for posting this. It (and the rest of your kitchen) looks great. You're right, the effect is subtler than I thought. The build-your-own feature on the website makes it look a little scary.


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RE: Black Bluestar range with brass trim

I have an older Bluestar, and ordered it with Chrome knobs for the burners. The oven knob stayed black. I Don't know if they offer chrome anymore but I think it would look nice with the brass.


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