My husband and I are building a new home. Unfortunately the kitchen space is limited, and we are trying to design the most efficient use of space. My question is this...
There is just enough room on one wall next to the pantry to fit a side-by-side refrigerator, as well as the double wall ovens that I've always dreamed of. It's the only place in the kitchen that would allow for the double-ovens, and still allow for sufficient counter space.
While my husband feels that this can be accomplished easily, and is a perfect use of space, I am afraid that placing the ovens and refrigerator so close together might not be energy efficient. At this point, the space is just close enough to fit them both, but I'm afraid they'll just be too close to one another.
Please tell me, is this a common use of space? Is it possible to place the ovens so close to the refrigerator? Will the refrigerator have problems or a shorter life span being place next to the wall ovens? Is this truly an efficient use of our space?
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