Refrigerators are, hands down, one of the most important components of any kitchen. Not only are they a practical necessity, but they are also like a really great piece of jewelry that accessorizes a gorgeous outfit: the perfect finishing touch.
Paneled refrigerators blend in seamlessly with the rest of the cabinetry and lend a sophisticated, uniform look to a kitchen. Another plus to paneled refrigerators is that you can choose hardware that coordinates with the rest of the cabinetry.
We are big, big fans of the glass door refrigerator. It is so chic, and we think that it would make us keep the inside of our refrigerators much, much more organized… maybe.
From simple, classic, sleek refrigerators,
To a more industrial look, these appliances can be big on style! And we don’t know about you, but we love a separate wine fridge for keeping our favorite bottles perfectly chilled.
We think this fridge is the perfect compromise between all glass and no glass. Then some parts can look tidy and others can be a little messier! Because it can’t be perfect all the time, right?
We love a sleek, clean, unencumbered stainless fridge door.
But there’s no doubt that having the ice and water right in the door is incredibly convenient.
We never gave much thought to refrigerator handles until we went out to actually buy new refrigerators. We love this sleek, thin-handled look. It’s very sophisticated!
But, of course, nothing adds pizazz to a kitchen quite like a vintage refrigerator. Not only is it an instant throwback to another time but it’s also a great pop of color!
It’s like refrigerator art! All the fresh fruits and veggies look so gorgeous, and those beautiful egg containers are far beyond the standard cardboard container. It’s farm-to-table summer eating at its finest.
Are any of these your dream refrigerator?
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