Transitional KitchenTransitional Kitchen

Inspiration for a transitional u-shaped kitchen in Other with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, panelled appliances, light hardwood floors and a peninsula. —  Houzz
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Anne Ellard Design added this to Your Guide to Choosing an Electric Oven17 September 2015

Double ovenDouble ovens offer the convenience of having a separate small oven, which usually houses the grill, in addition to the main oven. They offer more cooking options as both ovens operate independently of each other. There are two types of double ovens. One is a wall oven which will generally be 900mm high. It’s made for building into a tall kitchen cabinet at eye level, as pictured here. The other option is built into a specially-designed cabinet under the kitchen bench. These kinds of double ovens are generally only 720mm high. The disadvantage of a built-under style of double oven is that the space inside both ovens will most likely be smaller than you would like, due to the shorter overall height of the appliance.

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Susan Chen added this to kitchen3 September 2019

height of oven means not having to bend down as far

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