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Frigidaire Wall Ovens for the Modern Kitchen
The traditional kitchen has an oven and range combination. While this classic design works for many homeowners, it limits the amount of range and oven space you can have. For a kitchen in a home that does a lot of cooking, you may want to separate the two. That is, have a countertop range and a wall oven next to it. You could add the range to a kitchen island or to a different part of the counter. When two people are cooking in the kitchen, this separation allows you to move more freely.
Frigidaire ovens come in many sizes and types. A smaller kitchen needs a smaller wall oven. Get a single-door model that takes up less than 4 cubic feet when you're really strapped for space. Though it's small by wall oven standards, that 4 cubic feet can fit a ton of stuff. You can also get a bigger single-door wall oven to accommodate even more cooking while still taking up little space in a smaller kitchen.
The big advantage of wall ovens is the two-door model. Get an upper and lower oven so you can bake and broil things at different temperatures simultaneously. These models come in small (just under 5 cubic feet) and much larger (just under 8 cubic feet.) These divide the capacity between top and bottom ovens, so you have a single piece of vertical space taken up without giving up a lot of countertop room.