Verona’s dual fuel Designer series range is featured in recent episodes of HGTV’s “Good Bones” show. (Photo credit: The Home Aesthetic)
LUXE brand featured on ‘Good Bones” home rehab series
By Andy Kriege, YSN
Verona Appliances, the Italian-made, pro-grade kitchen appliance line, has partnered with Mina Starsiak Hawk, star of HGTV’s “Good Bones,” to renovate at-risk properties in Indianapolis, Ind.
Imported by BrandSource LUXE partner EuroChef USA of Edgewood, N.Y., Verona Appliances’ stylish line of ranges, ovens, cooktops, ventilation, dishwashers and refrigerators have been a fixture of upscale kitchens around the world since 1958. Designed and manufactured in the suburbs of Venice, each appliance is held to the highest standards of quality, EuroChef said, and is made to U.S. market specifications.
Hawk and her mom Karen Laine are co-founders of home rehab business Two Chicks and a Hammer, which acquires run-down dwellings and transforms them into stunning, contemporary houses. Parlaying their experience in interior and exterior design, the pair has endeavored to revitalize their hometown of Indianapolis, one property at a time.
Verona’s ranges appear in three recently aired episodes, in which Hawk incorporates the appliances into her kitchen remodels to create a modern design with European flair. In the show’s Season 7 premier, “Quaint Cottage with Vintage Vibes,” she sets Verona’s matte black Designer series dual-fuel range against a counter-to-ceiling backsplash. In Episode 13, “Little Bit Luxurious,” she installs a white Designer gas range against a stone backsplash and tells the new owners to “Check out your really fancy new stove. This is not a first-time homebuyer’s stove.”
Verona also appears in the series’ Season 8 premier, “Income Property with Big Issues,” in which its Prestige gas range in white is set against a black marble backdrop.
The “Good Bones” episodes can be seen on HGTV and across multiple streaming platforms.