I'm interested in the Gaggenau 400 series Combi-Steam Oven, Combi-Microwave and Coffee Maker.
Each of these are 18" in height.
Has anyone stacked them in a single stack or seen it being done? If so, did you have any usability issues?
By my rough measurements we can make it work I think. It's nice that Gaggenau has the option to order control knobs either at the top or the bottom.
I'm thinking (top to bottom):
Combi-Microwave (bottom controls) - BM450710
Coffee Maker (top controls) - CM470712
Steam Oven (top controls) - BS474612
When talking to someone at a third-party showroom, they suggested moving an appliance to a separate adjacent stack, and also perhaps buying a regular oven and/or a warming drawer to complete an aesthetically rectangular look across two side by side stacks of appliances with no "holes". I almost fell for it, but I don't need filler items such as vacuum or warming drawers and would prefer not to take 24" from the adjacent countertop to accommodate another stack of appliances if I can make these three core appliances work in a single stack.