Oh I had a very similar one once and you are right, they are definitely work horses and so many ovens is fabulous. Love it. What a prize. Hugs,Marty
You scored big time!! Love your new wall color!
That's crazy great. Love it. Turned out fantastic!
Ok! I love the new paint. I love your new stove. But you need to show the ins and outs...close ups! I need close ups. Do the burners get covered up when not in use? I have a 1956 Chambers Range and I love it! It "cooks with the gas turned off" Anyway... love your stove! Enjoy! Pat
Congratulations on your new/olden stove, Robin. Oh, she's a beauty!I love me some salmon patties! :)That really is an awesome looking stove.be a sweetie,shelia ;)
So glad you got one. I cook on a 1958 Western Holly. Original to the house. Still works pretty darn good. The old stuff was made so well. She is a beaut!!
It fits in there perfect. Sure makes me think of my Grandma cooking, I can remember her sliding the burners in and out, hers had the oven above and below both.So happy you got it and I am sure you and Susan had a ball going to get it!
OMG, I am insanely jealous of that mid-century masterpiece! My ex's family had one in their lake cottage. And when I was growing up, the really rich girl a few blocks from us had one in their contemporary mid-century house. And, of course, who could forget the one in the kitchen of Samantha Stevens! You lucky girl! I'm your latest follower.
What a beauty she is!Brenda
Such a treasure! I know you will enjoy many hours of baking and cooking!
OMG! You got her! She is fabulous! I'm sure she will serve you well. Do you feel just like Samantha?
I love, love love it Robin! It is so very perfect for you!! I can just envision Aunt Clara strolling through the door to the kitchen to show you her newest door knob. I bet up look really cute cooking up a storm on your stove.Big, big hugs,Susan and Bentley
What a great find! You are a lucky girl, and I wish you many good meals on that workhorse. Visiting you from the Cozy Home Party.
This is so cool. Probably made 10X better than what we have in our kitchens today.Mary Alice
I love the older kitchen appliances. I'd rather have an old one that works great than a new one that doesn't do what's needed! Love the look of your 'new' goodie!~Adrienne~
So cool! And it looks great in you kitchen. The wall color is beautiful..Sharon @ mrs. hines class
You have done wonders with your kitchen. I love that stove.
Wow, I remember that from Bewitched. That is really cool. Love the new paint. What a treasure you have there!
That is a neat MCM cooking piece. I am so glad you embraced it.
That stove is great! I love vintage stuff like that. The paint color looks great too. Visiting from Wow us Wednesday ~ Jamie
Upgrading a much-used kitchen appliance is a very good thing!Red Door in Mexico
Hi Robin!How futuristic... for 1965! I love how the burners can be pushed back when not in use. It goes very nice with your kitchen. I must ask... does it prepare dinner when you twitch you nose?Thanks for sharing at my party this week!xoxo Bunny JeanWednesdays Bunny Hop Party!
I remember you talking about wanting one of these ovens, so I'm glad you were able to find it. Sounds like you are enjoying it as much as you expected! It looks fun...and if you continue to cook such great sounding food, I'll have to come see you for dinner. Thanks for sharing with us at Your Cozy Home Party!
I love your new wall color....looks fantastic.You really lucked out finding the Flair...hope you can wiggle your nose like Sam did. :))xo bj
What a Fantastic Find! Bravo, you!We had a Flair in our home in Kansas and my mother loved it. I did too! It was absolutely ahead of its time and I wish it would come back!Enjoy your new sove/ovens!xo
Wow, how did you come upon such a beauty? Hope you enjoy that old time flair. I found you at no minimalist here. Stop in and see me at Quirky Vistas!Liz
I have an old stove too that took me a long time to find, husband is an auctioneer and he auctions with others from all over Ontario. so when I found it had to get another auctioneer to pick it up and deliver it to an auction house and then sent another auctioneer in to get it and deliver it to my husband. Mine is nothing like yours, just the bottom part, the large double oven and two drawers below it. But I love mine. Would love to see the insides of yours though, more pictures. someone else mentioned that. Thank you for sharing...
I love your new oven, and your blog! It stands out...both! I am your newest follower. Hey that dinner sounded nice too :)Come visit some time :)~ Julie
Wow! Congratulations ~ Excited for you and you must love to cook ~ and love how you decorated the kitchen ~ very charming ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^
So much fun to see your Flair in it's new home! Love the yellow paint!Happy VTT!
I clicked over here the other day and saw this. Very interesting kitchen range. Hows come I don't remember that kind from my vintage past I wonder?
wonderful stove and the wall color is lovely. What's inside the oven looks terrific too. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. xo P.S. the new giveaway was posted today.
What a great find and love that you put it right to work in your kitchen. And the new wll color looks good. Definitely a working conversation piece!!
What a wonderful find! Love the new paint color too. Thanks for linking to the Open House party and have a great week.
Robin - I was so happy about you finally getting that stove that I had to show it off by featuring it at Mod Mix Monday!