Victorian microwave ovens

Pros: lots of space, Canada counter depth Cons: inside water dispenser hard to use, stainless steel smudges

Google+ Melrose Graham Kitchen - Traditional - Kitchen - boston - by Heartwood Kitchens Houzz Kitchen of the Week April 8, 2016. Kitchen renovation for Victorian home north of Boston. Designed by north shore kitchen showroom Heartwood Kitchens.

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Late-Victorian Kitchen - Behind the pantry door hide the modern refrigerator and a microwave oven.

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Design of the hutch accommodates the microwave oven and coffee maker, visible only when in use. (photo by Gridley + Graves)

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(Hm, that green skirt. ) Home on the range: Peter uses the original cooking features, but admits to having a microwave oven neatly hidden away

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A great space-saving idea in a renovated Victorian flat in San Francisco by Abueg Morris Architects is an appliance wall. The refrigerator, freezer, oven, microwave and washer/dryer are artfully arranged to fit in a compact 8-foot-wide space. Storage cupboards sit above using every inch of the wall.

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