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The Anywhere Kitchen

by on Jul 15, 2011

Need a kitchen but don’t have the space? Not a problem with Culshaw Bell’s Complete Kitchens. They come with an integrated sink, taps, microwave, fridge, induction hob and granite top. Basically, everything a kitchen needs and all for $7,400 U.S. (Of course, with the right cupboard, a similar arrangement could be DIY’d.) Follow this link to Culshaw Bell for more info. 

created at: 07/15/2011




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  1. The space allocated for the microwave is large enough for a combo Micro, convection, infrared oven. Replace the toaster with an upright toaster oven (Toastation) and it’s perfect.

  2. This is perfect. You can cook stove top, it has two “induction hobs”, I looked it up, and its a type of stove top, uses less energy, and the heat goes to the pot, not the surface.  To me that sounds great. And you can replace the microwave with a combo microwave/convection oven.  And toaster ovens are the best thing ever invented, honest try one – can bake small batch’s of cookies, bisquits – many things. And as for the fridge being too small, I have one this size, and its enough for me, as I shop daily for most things.

  3. Really cool idea! I remember the old “Hoosier” cabinets from the american midwest and the ‘Kitchen Units” from Britain. We made something similar for our off grid camp with an old bar sink and a 5gallon bucket reservoir. For cooking we had a small Coleman Stove. Our fridge was a large commercial sized can inside a 5 gallon bucket filled with wet newspaer or leaves. I would love one of these in our basement.

  4. First I agree with the persons here who said that the microwave space allowed is enough to put in a combo convection/MW oven. (e.g. a Breville or Cuisinart etc.) And I add that an induction hot plate is quicker to cook and safer from accidental fire/burns because the cook top does NOT heat up! I personally would find it difficult to ever shop daily for refrigerated items so I am not sure about the little fridge! I do recommend that persons living in or considering a studio apt or a tiny home or vacation cabin etc, consider a unit like this one to save both space and dollars. A small cabinet can always be retrofitted with shelves inside and a butcher block top to help with kitchen storage.