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2 different wall ovens?

Posted by sillylady2 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 29, 12 at 2:21

Hi- I am a long time lurker and I am planning my dream kitchen! I am so excited and I dont want to screw anything up. I woudl love to have a gas wall oven which basically means I need a Viking Wall oven. Like this http://www.ajmadison.com/cgi-bin/ajmadison/VGSO100x.html

However I also LOVE the idea of the single- double walloven, basically 2 small ovens that are together. I have only seen this from GE, it is not my favorite looking oven but it seems very functional for my family of 5. http://www.geappliances.com/products/introductions/single_double_wall_ovens/

Is it too weird to have both of these? Even if they are seprate in teh room it seems like it might be odd looking. My style is very modern if that matters. I want them in black and not stainless if it matters. Any advice is appreciated.


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RE: 2 different wall ovens?

Or you could go with one of these: (link below)

btw nothing unusual about having both a stove/range and a separate wall oven (or two). I'm probably going to press a GE Advantium 240 wall oven in place of a second wall oven - its convection-oven function serves nicely as a second oven, plus it's also a high-speed oven, a microwave, and a warming drawer. And it looks right in place over the GE two-in-one 30"w electric oven, if you forego gas.

Here is a link that might be useful: Verona 30 and 24 w gas ovens


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