One standout feature is the 71-litre capacity
When it comes to renovating a kitchen, one major thing to consider is what oven you want.
It is important to think about how often it is going to be used.
It is also worth considering whether you want a built-in one or a freestanding one.
A built-in oven is set into a column-style housing unit with the hob installed separately. A freestanding oven, commonly known as a cooker, combines an oven and cooktop into one freestanding unit.
There is also the options of single and double ovens.
A single oven is a great choice if space is tight or if you don’t cook for a lot of people. On the other hand, double ovens are more versatile and are ideal for families.
Other considerations include fuel types, cleaning and functions.
If you are looking for an effective oven for your new kitchen, here are 10 of the best to check out.
The GE JB655YKFS is a great mid-priced option that is available in six different colours, meaning there is a variety of choices for any style of kitchen.
Inside the oven, there is 5.3 cubic feet of space which is more than enough as well as five-burner elements, one of which is designed to keep food warm once it is cooked.
Two of the cooktops have dual burners which can be expanded to accommodate larger pans, or run on a smaller size for daily cooking.
On this appliance, the controls are at the back. While this creates more space on the 30-inch cooktop, it can get in the way of pans and larger pots.
Some features include the delay bake function which enables you to program your oven to start baking at a later time.
The delay setting can also be used with the self-clean mode. This means users can leave the oven to clean whilst out of the room.
Bosch Serie 4 HBS573BS0B
This Bosch oven is ideal for those who are looking for a sleek and high-performing option for their kitchen.
The preset functions range from conventional top/bottom heating, variable grill, 3D hot air fan cooking and rapid heating to preheat quickly.
It has an accurate thermostat that can be set at 10°C intervals.
One standout feature is the 71-litre capacity which is more than enough space for any oven-cooked meal.
The design features a digital control panel and retractable rotary dials.
Both can be depressed for easier cleaning and it can prevent children from tampering with the controls.
This oven comes with three trays and two wire racks and it is a reasonably priced addition to a new kitchen.
Those who are looking to incorporate smart technology into their new kitchen can opt for the Samsung NV73J9770RS.
It is a multifunctional oven that comes with an intuitive and easy to navigate LCD touchscreen display.
There are 14 cooking functions and 80 auto cook programmes.
It features a true to temperature thermostat as well as a steam setting for baking and roasting with the addition of steam.
The control panel is a flat LCD screen that is simple to clean and has a child lock feature, preventing children from tampering with the controls.
This smart oven has Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing you to control some features from your phone.
Another smart oven option to consider is the Frigidaire GCRE3060AF.
It has an in-built air fryer mode that will work just as well as a countertop appliance to create crispy fried foods, without the oil.
It has a large 5.7 cubic feet capacity as well as three shelves that will allow you to cook different kinds of dishes at the same time.
The digital controls and temperature dials are located at the back of the oven.
It has an electric cooktop, however, one thing to consider is that it can be difficult to clean.
But some of the selling points include a triple burner that adjusts from six, nine or 12 inches as required.
This oven also has a dual burner with quick boil mode as well as a warming cooktop for keeping cooked food warm.
For those with a new kitchen and who are keen bakers, the Neff B57CR22N0B is the ideal option.
This black and brushed aluminium model is equipped with Neff’s renowned Slide&Hide door. Instead of the open door forcing you to lean over the oven, it cleverly slides back into a recess at the bottom.
The oven has a large 71-litre capacity and features Neff’s multi-level CircoTherm technology. This allows you to cook various ingredients at the same time, without transferring flavours.
Aside from CircoTherm, the oven’s heat distribution can also be customised specifically for items like pastries and pizza.
Meanwhile, the grill section provides hot air grilling, as well as centre and full surface operation.
When cleaning the oven, engage the pyrolytic function and all grease and fat will be reduced to a powder consistency which you can simply hoover up.
Although this oven costs a hefty £900, it is simple to use and comes with lots of features to make cooking easier.
This double oven is reasonably priced at £399 and is helpful if you are using the oven to cook different dishes at the same time.
As with most double ovens, especially budget models, only the main lower cavity is fanned. The second cavity is of the conventional non-fanned type.
But there is a lot of internal space. There is 66 litres for the lower main oven and 42 litres for the upper secondary oven.
The smaller secondary oven also works as a grill.
This oven provides a lot of space for family cooking, while not breaking the bank.
But one thing to note is to think about whether you want to install it between your above-counter cupboards or not. This is because the control facia is high, which could be a problem for shorter people.
Electrolux E130EF45QS Electric Range
The Electrolux E130EF45QS Electric Range oven is an option to consider for your new kitchen if you are looking for an electric oven.
It is one of the smaller ovens, with 4.6 cubic feet of cooking space, but it makes up for it with its features.
This electric oven has six cooking functions, including a Keep Warm feature. There is also a warming drawer.
It comes with a self-cleaning mode which may help but it is not overly effective.
The Grundig GEBM45011BP is a multifunctional electric oven that has 15 functions, including two cleaning functions.
They are a pyrolytic cleaning function and a built-in steam cleaner which softens food residue.
When it comes to baking, roasting and grilling, this oven produces impressive results.
The thermostat is accurate and the gentle soft-close door remains at a cool temperature when the oven is in use.
It is a versatile, low-maintenance oven to have in the kitchen.
It is also great to have if you are conscious of saving time, especially when it comes to cleaning.
If you prefer cooking with gas, consider this elegant Smeg SF6341GVX.
Measuring 60cm wide, the proportions are ideal for a modest-sized kitchen and its 60-litre fanned oven space provides plenty of space for most needs.
The Smeg oven has eight cooking functions, including closed-door electric grilling and a rotisserie.
It also has an easy-to-use control panel and visually stunning Eclipse glass that appears black when the oven is off and transparent when it is on.
The short preheating time and cooking efficiency make this cooking appliance one of the best options for your new kitchen.
It also does not require a special electricity ring main, attach it to the gas supply and plug it into a 13A socket.
Miele is a renowned home appliance brand, therefore, this oven is one to check out.
It has a massive 76 litres of roasting and baking space, with five shelf levels for optimum food placement. It also has a wide selection of operating modes.
This includes defrosting, an energy-efficient gentle bake function for roasts, an intensive bake option for pizza and quiche, a fan grill for crispy outers and moist inners, and a rapid heat setting for busy times.
According to Miele, its cooking temperatures are accurate to within one degree.
This is important as some oven-cooked desserts require accurate temperatures.
Costing £559, this oven is a reasonably-priced choice for your new kitchen.
These 10 ovens offer a variety of functions and come in different styles to suit any type of kitchen.
Some are electric ovens while others are smart ovens.
But whatever option you decide on, it is important to think about what oven is right for your kitchen, both in terms of appearance and functionality.