Low cabinet on counter. Microwave as hood.
this with wood floors....clean and simple
fan or hood and putting the microwave in another location. From a design perspective, hoods command a presence and look more substantial over a range than a microwave-hood combo. Plus, microwave-hood combos are often not as powerful, since they have lower CFMs. The same is true of recirculating hoods
range hood are one unit. Some of these units vent, while others only recirculate air. These units are around 24 to 30 inches wide and are shallower than full-size built-in microwaves. The shallow size means they can be installed above the cooking surface without causing you to hit your head every time
on the hood to make sure you're getting the right one for your needs. When to use: If you're limited on space in your kitchen, this is a good bet. Stylewise, it tends to looks better in an apartment or condo than a single-family home. If you've got the space, I recommend installing a stand-alone exhaust