Dec 30, 2008 6:40 pm
We are still working on our renovation and are getting closer to getting things all organised.
I was planning on having a system like this to house oven, microwave, pot drawers and overhead cupboard
I have my heart set on this oven. I already have this oven, just a 15 year old version. I love my oven and would love to have the space of the second smaller oven at the top.
Kleenmaid are having a sale at the moment and I need to decide ASAP.
I am just wondering what sort of cabinet construction would take it's place. At the moment I have a small cupboard above and one pot drawer below. There is a really big void between the bottom of our oven and the start of the drawer though. Could it work to still have the microwave there or would it put out the height of the oven too much.
I hope that makes sense, I have two hungry children wanting dinner but wanted to get this posted as quickly as possible.
Re: How will this work?2
Jan 10, 2009 9:08 am
Need to sketch something up... It may well be a custom cabinet...BUt in cabient making, anything is possible...
Electrical Engineer... Don't hold that against me...
And keen owner builder... Mainly the building part!!
Re: How will this work?3
Jan 10, 2009 1:48 pm
You could have a small pot drawer at the bottom, the double oven, then m/wave and cabinets above the m/wave.
You have to watch out that the microwave landing is not too high. If so, simply delete the pot drawer
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