Indoor Pizza Ovens
Dreaming! and completely decadent unless you also cook multiple items in the warmed up masonry. If you are going to opt for a wood fired oven in your kitchen, do investigate including a masonry heater, as they retain much of the heat from the fire. See separate three posts on masonry heaters. Most of the stoves featured on this page were built with pizza oven kits as the core. See kit companies at bottom of page.
Kitchen hearth, Minneapolis, MN residence. Photo: Susan Gilmore. Architect: TEA. Designer: jeanneblenkushdesign.com
Pizza oven in Texas kitchen by renatos.com
Pizza oven in Bob Work's cabin, made with Mugnaini kit: mugnaini.com
Pizza oven in Colorado kitchen by studio10interiordesign.com
Pizza oven by Oven Masters, at the Agrarian Kitchen, a sustainable farm-based cooking school, in a 19th century schoolhouse, near Hobart in Tasmania. Oven design by Alan Scott. theagrariankitchen.com
Pizza oven in Crowne Point kitchen. crown-point.com
Nari Award Kitchen by mugnaini.com
Pizza oven in Washington State home by gelottehommas.com
Pizza oven at Turner Valley by Chris Salas of Cocina Interior Design and Laurie McBain of Kaleidoscope Design Inc. as A Collaborative Design Group, Calgary, Canada. kaldesign.ca
Metal clad pizza oven in a kitchen by jhkitchen.com
Pizza oven in Florence, Italy. www.vrbo.com
Pizza oven and masonry heater by Lars Helbro of Denmark. stenovne.dk
Pizza oven by Jacqueline of Utah, kit by Mugliani. purplechocolathome.blogspot.com
Pizza oven alongside an open fireplace. By John Fisher, fishermureri.se
Custom built pizza oven (steel-clad cast concrete) in updated Upstate New York farmhouse. Via: dwell.com
Pizza oven in Whitefish, Montana home by envidesign.com
Pizza oven in a Philadelphia kitchen. Via houzz.com
Pizza oven by Mugnaini, California.
Wood-fired pizza oven. Santa Barbara, California.
Pizza Oven Kit. lepanyol.com - France
www.fornoclassico.com - California
www.mugnaini.com - California
www.brickwoodovens.com - Washington
www.fornobravo.com - Northern California
www.lepanyol.com - France
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