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    Oven Cabinet (AW-OC3090U)


    $1052.68/ Piece


    30"W * 90"H * 24"D


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      Product Model AW-OC3090U
      AFTER: On the right you’ll catch a sliver of the cookbook and wine shelves that face the hallway. “Books make a place so warm and personal,” McCulloch says. The side of the shelves serves as part of the refrigerator surround (see the first photo). The shelves also play off the new bookshelves around the dining banquette (to the left of the front door.) Similarly, two shelves along the island were originally intended for rocks and other nature finds from the couple’s hikes. However, they soon realized it was just the right spot for the antique cars and trucks one of the homeowners has been collecting since he was a kid. “It adds a nice personal touch that makes the space more interesting,” McCulloch says. “An induction [cooktop] is more efficient with less oxygen than gas is,” says the designer of this choice for the high-altitude location. In a kitchen with limited counter space, the homeowners can also place things in the stove when it’s not in use. The induction cooker also lends a cleaner look to the small space, as do simple stainless steel shelves for cooking oils and herbs. A microwave-convection oven is tucked in the island. You may notice that the island is at two different heights. Because one homeowner is 6-foot-4, McCulloch installed a tall walnut cutting-board section as his kitchen workspace, and a lower counter area that matches the rest of the kitchen for the other homeowner. The pendant lights have antiqued faceted mirrors inside. The outside of the lights pick up on the bronze drawer knobs and pulls. Pendant lights: Curry & Co.; cabinet hardware: Atlas Hardware; induction cooker and microwave-convection oven: KitchenAid; vent hood: Fisher & Paykel