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Corner Wall Oven & Microwave Cabinet

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Make a tall cabinet- going to need 48 wide at least- in general tab -type pick corner-bottom of that tab should say diagonal.

 

Resize top door, split bottom section so you can place two appliances-change first section to appliance-go to library pick your microwave.

Change bottom section to appliance-library- oven

May need to resize the heights and add a drawer to the bottom.

NOTE that the NKBA guidelines call for that a tall cabinet in that condition be recessed 3" from the adjacent runs which may mean more configuration -change depth, may need it wider- want some clearance on the sides of the oven.

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