Designer Remodel Tips: Microwave Drawers

It seems the microwaves presence in the kitchen is on the decline in recent years. Typically, a microwave takes up valuable work space on the countertop or upper cabinet space (especially in the case of built-ins).

Additionally, as ranges become more powerful, over-the-range microwave vents are not powerful enough to keep up, and hoods with higher CFMs are replacing them.

But when not having a microwave is out of the question, which is often the case with families, consumers are turning to microwave drawers.