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Anyone built in oven at countertop level?

Posted by Passel (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 16, 13 at 9:25

I want two ovens in my new kitchen but would like to have one fullsize and one smaller convection/microwave oven. The layout of the wall of cabinets is short and I would like to mount the oven that I plan to use most at counterheight so that upper cabinets can be the same as the rest of the wall. The meile speed oven is about the height of a backsplash and there may be others. I could install the single full size oven below that same counter or on the back of the island. Has anyone done anything like this and could you show a picture. Maybe I would just install the double oven on that wall but put the top of the small oven at the top of the back splash level.

I haven't seen any pictures of an installation like this and can't decide if it would look weird? or not. Maybe if I mount the small oven at countertop level the other oven needs to be separate. Does anyone have suggestions? Thanks.

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RE: Anyone built in oven at countertop level?

I'm not clear on what it is exactly that you want to do. But I can show you what I did.

I have a viking oven in my island and I have a separate wall unit that has a trivection on the bottom and a cavity for a microwave on top. The cavity has nesting doors for when I don't want to see the MW.

GF installed advantium at counter height in a stack next to the fridge.

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