When it comes to ovens, size doesn't always matter if you're looking for a perfectly cooked meal. And in a home with a tiny cooking area, you'll want to consider appliances that won't force you to sacrifice space. But fear not — with all the high-tech small stoves and ovens out there you won't have to give up functionality just because you have limited square footage.
If you're going for a classic kitchen, this apartment size gas range from Ilve checks all the boxes. It comes with a true European convection oven, triple ring burners, and a defrost function. We like the blue-gray color, but there are 24 shades to choose from with four different trims.
A wall installed oven is always a solid option to help save space in your kitchen. There are a plethora of features on smaller ovens, but this classic convection model from Smeg is simple, yet it packs a punch with 13 cooking modes (including a speed feature) and ergonomically designed control knobs.
Many home chefs are forgoing stainless steel appliances and choosing matte black finishes instead. That's partially why we love this dual fuel gas range from ZLine; it's sleek, and it has a mighty cooking capacity. The oven comes with an induction function and is constructed with three layers of glass and an aluminum mesh seal that keeps the door cool while you cook.
As we said, having a small stove and oven doesn't mean sacrificing any high-tech features. Take this combo from Bosch; it has an induction cooktop with 17 power levels and a convection oven with a full-extension telescopic rack for easy access.
For a professional look that's still affordable, go with this gas range from Unique. It has super swanky style and superb cooking features. There's a convection oven for even heating and a waist-high broiler for intense searing. Plus, the range has cast iron grates and sealed burners.
Now, here's a small oven that packs a big punch from Wolf. This model combines microwave, convection, and broil technologies, while the micro bake and micro roast modes completely eliminate the need for preheating. So, you're not only saving space, but you're also saving time.
The priciest small stove and oven combo on our list comes with the biggest cooking capacity (there are 2.63 cubic feet of space). This unique range from AGA is coated in vitreous enamel for easy cleaning, and it has a dual element broiler with 2010 watts of power. Plus, we think the old world look of this new stove will create serious style in any kitchen.