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  • Profile photo of vyaw2003vyaw2003
    Join Date: 2006
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    Anyone got a good solution in a Kitchen for where an old wood fire oven goes? I am trying to replace the kitchen, but not sure who I should fill in where the old oven once went. The current hole is about 1.6m high, not high enough for a fridge.

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    Profile photo of JaxonJaxon
    Join Date: 2014
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    Dishwasher, recreate space into bar fridge, more storage space, custom make a glass cabinet in the space, etc etc etc.

    completely up to you mate.

    lots of options that may make sense for you

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    Profile photo of Allana17Allana17
    Join Date: 2011
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    In my experience, these alcoves are often lined with asbestos containing material – externally as well as internally. B Class & only of concern if the sheeting is damaged or could be, by your modifications. As Jaxon has given you a number of ideas, I’d only add ‘do not do anything that involves a benchtop’ as the headroom above is insufficient for any practical use & imho just looks inadequate.

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