If installing your microwave in an overhead cupboard isn’t an option, or if you’d prefer to keep it out of sight, incorporating a microwave cabinet under a counter top is a popular alternative. Placed below the counter top, it’s easy to access, and the counter top area above acts as a readily available landing space for food going into or coming out of the microwave.
“You don’t always need to go up with the microwave,” says Monarch designer Amanda Willson-Suppa. “And just because you go low, it doesn’t mean the microwave has to a drawer-style model.”
“In this kitchen design by Marion Cuddie, she used a contemporary microwave with a trim kit. It has a beautiful built-in look, keeps the counter clear, and offers pullout storage below.”
Are you looking for ways to make your kitchen more efficient? Drop by the Monarch Kitchen & Bath Centre showroom today and speak with a member of our design team.
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