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  • Alex Oppenheimer

    White cabinets with black countertop.

  • Cynthia Curtis

    Microwave above an appliance garage - saves counter space and simplifies wiring! Photo: Alex Hayden | | from A Busted Open, Brightened Up Kitchen

  • Gerry Bankston

    Small appliance garage and built in microwave

  • Beckee Bachman

    I want a "garage" like this for my kitchen appliances!! Roll down stainless-steel top!

  • Kristen Moeller

    A niche for the microwave in this Busted Open, Brightened Up kitchen remodel from this old house Appliance garage

  • Kathy Lindley

    storage idea: A niche for the microwave gives it a built-in look. The custom appliance garage has its own outlets and a stainless-steel roll-down door. | Microwave: @whirlpoolusa

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lower?!?! not sure if I like that? would give more room for food though?? Built-in microwave cabinet - Hidden Microwave

Hardworking Storage Well-planned storage organizes the large kitchen into work zones. This section of cabinetry, located right next to the range, features a toaster and microwave oven to serve as a handy breakfast pantry. Slide-out storage keeps everything within easy reach for the family's busy morning routine.

Hidden microwave but why couldn't you put your appliances that you use alot in a space like this (food processor, blender, etc.

Mother of Pearl/Madre Perla Quartzite Counters & White Onyx Backsplash **This is the backsplash I dream about!!

i love the appliance garage on the top! it would be so great to cover up the microwave like that!

Nice way to "hide" the appliances. Jute, Noe Valley Kitchen Remodel, Clever Microwave Storage | Remodelista

Give your kitchen a clean look by concealing the microwave. This microwave fits snugly into an empty cubby in the appliance garage. A handy slide-back door keeps the appliance easily accessible without taking up a single inch of traffic space in the kitchen’s main work zone.