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House Name - Baking Theme

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GoingLoopyLou Tue 28-Jun-11 14:57:21

Help me please!

For reasons I won't bore you with I have got to come up with a name for a house we are moving to. The whole family want it to have a baking theme as there is always some sort of cake in the oven. I don't want it to be really cheesy so am hoping you can help.

So far, the best we have come up with is The Bake House - which is BORING!

Pinkjenny Tue 28-Jun-11 14:59:46

I have no idea but as there is always a cake in the oven, can I move in?

Er, Happy Ever Afters?

dexter73 Tue 28-Jun-11 17:48:31

Battenburg Corner?

Bunbaker Tue 28-Jun-11 17:54:02


Adair Tue 28-Jun-11 18:05:40

The Bakery
Bakers Dozen
Something Risen... er

Bunroamin is hilarious grin

Adair Tue 28-Jun-11 18:08:06

This gives you the top 50 names
House name rules
and maybe some inspiration.

senua Tue 28-Jun-11 18:12:45

Chateau Gateau?

Bunroamin is inspired.

GrendelsMum Tue 28-Jun-11 18:27:53

There's no competition. It must be called Bunroamin and Bunbaker must be sent a batch of buns immediately.

senua Tue 28-Jun-11 18:28:15

The Gingerbread House

Bunbaker Tue 28-Jun-11 19:07:43

"There's no competition. It must be called Bunroamin and Bunbaker must be sent a batch of buns immediately."

Ooh, goody grin

microserf Tue 28-Jun-11 19:55:39

another vote for Bunroamin.

It's just as well i am not buying it as i would be sure to name it something naff like "Another bun in the oven" or "The Cake House".

foodjunkie Tue 28-Jun-11 21:51:48

Happy reading....

Think about the words associated with baking. There are different types of cakes, buns, puddings, breads, pastries. Then think of the ingredients, the cooking may get a burst of inspiration whilst doing the most boring of household chores such as supermarket shopping.

Look at the packets or if you get a few spare mins go to online supermarket products to see if anything springs to mind.

LisMcA Tue 28-Jun-11 22:04:23

Baxter is a ye olde word for baker, I think specifically a female baker.

But I do like Bunroaming smile

GoingLoopyLou Tue 28-Jun-11 22:40:10

I cannot go with BunRoaming, as inspired as I agree it is grin

Liking the Baxter idea too, might be able to work with that.

Bunbaker Wed 29-Jun-11 07:03:08

I'm curious as to why your new house needs a name at all. Does it also have a number? Our house has a name and a number, but we never use the name. A house with just a name and no number is very difficult to find because you have no idea which end of the road it is on or where it is relative to the other houses.

GoingLoopyLou Wed 29-Jun-11 07:37:07

There is no number. The houses on the street are all named and it has no numbers. Only about ten houses though.

Aworryingtrend Wed 29-Jun-11 10:17:54

I LOVE Chateau Gateau! grin
The Granary would work?

nocake Wed 29-Jun-11 10:22:45

If your house has no number then it will already has a name, which will be used by the post office and every company you deal with to address post to you. If you change it you'll cause yourself all sorts of problems.

LisMcA Wed 29-Jun-11 10:28:16

Not if its a new build though, the first owners get to name the property.

Portofino Wed 29-Jun-11 10:34:02

Crumpet Corner?

Muffin Cottage

Sidge Wed 29-Jun-11 10:50:58

Floury Baps?

Victorious Sandwich?

Sponge Corner?

Flapjack Cottage?

<I'm not very good at this am I?>

GoingLoopyLou Wed 29-Jun-11 12:25:17

I've GOT to re name it as I said in my OP, the reasons are boring and not necessary for the discussion.

You've all been really helpful and I'll let you know the outcome when I put it to the family vote.

totallyupskittled Wed 29-Jun-11 12:28:45

Loaf Cottage?

totallyupskittled Wed 29-Jun-11 12:34:12


totallyupskittled Wed 29-Jun-11 12:35:03

Baker's Nook?

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