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Cary and Mark Deuber Spent How Much on Their Stove?!
Hint: It’s five figures.
Mark Deuber is very, very excited about his new kitchen and rightly so. As we saw on last night’s episode, The Real Housewives of Dallas couple completely gutted their home, and while Cary might be a teensy bit more excited about her massive boutique-style closet, Mark is all about the kitchen. Aaaaand, specifically one appliance in his kitchen: A custom Molteni range. Made in France to the specific dimensions of the Deuber’s kitchen, the range is estimated to cost at least $75,000. And it’s the only one in the state of Texas. Yup, you read that right.
“A Molteni is a professional-grade stove,” Cary explained in the episode. “Mark’s passion is cooking and so he wanted to have all the stuff professional cooks have!”
We spoke to Cary recently about the ins and out of her renovation, and she added, “My husband is an amazing chef and he loves to cook and I’m so blessed to have him to feed me because I would like, literally order UberEats every day!”
In addition to their exorbitant price tags — they can go up to $500,000! — Molteni ranges are known their pretty, non-traditional colors and Cary told us she picked a French blue hue with gold accents. “It’s beautiful! It has a French top, so that means that you can, like, move a pan in the center and it’s hotter in the center and move it off to the side when you’re making a sauce,” she said. “And then I have my own baking station, which I like because I love to bake, that’s kind of my thing.”
What else is this foodie duo adding to their kitchen? Super-modern, professional-grade appliances from German maker Gaggenau, as well as custom German cabinetry — nothing but the best for these two! “The kitchen cabinets made in Germany, and I love them because they’re all lit, so when you open a drawer, there’s light! Like, why not? So now I can see what’s in the drawer. And it’s just all sectioned out, it’s just very, very, you know it’s German, I mean it’s very specific and neat and organized.”
Want a Molteni for yourself? Get ye to a showroom, or buy the one below, which only costs a smidge more $400,000. Ya know, petty cash. (Tune into RHOD on Wednesdays 9/8c!)
Molteni Range Oven