328,530 built-in refrigerator Home Design Photos

Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
Pelham Shingle Style for a Modern Family
Ideabooks7,834
Questions9
Is this refrigerator built in or fully integrated? I'm trying to understand the difference between the two.
the architect: Sub-Zero 27" All Freezer and 27" All Refrigerator http://www.subzero-wolf.com/integrated-fridges This is what the sub-zero built-ins look like (you're going to see the grill on top) http://www.subzero-wolf.com/builtin-refrigerators According to sub-zero's website: Sub-Zero integrated
integrated products have no visible hinges or grilles, making it possible for your refrigeration indistinguishable from other cabinets and drawers around it. If you're thinking about buying a sub-zero, allow plenty of lead time as it is longer than other manufacturers. Made in USA though, how cool is that?
“ss integrated refrigerator” — Stewart Culler Hendrix
Southern Studio Interior Design
12 Reviews
Coastal Retreat
Ideabooks12,665
Questions23
Do they make 42 inch counter depth refrigerators that are not built in? I am trying not to spend over 4,000. If so, who makes them?
How was this refrigerator leveled so that it appears level when set in
We have this exact same refrigerator and it is set into the cabinets in the same way. Yet if you look at the the side wall of wood (which is level in all directions) the side of the refrigerator is not level. It is pitched
provided there are no pipes etc running down the back wall. This is a solution many people I know have used. A counter depth fridge that looks like a built in.
Recessing the refrigerator is a common practice and a great solution if the space allows. In this home, however, there was not space (there is a hallway behind this wall). The cabinets are custom in this particular kitchen which allowed for some adjustment (notice the refrigerator end panels extend
“bi-level counter between rooms!” — elizabethannchapman
A Good Chick To Know
1 Review
Fresh Family Fun
Ideabooks6,520
Questions8
This looks nice but the refrigerator door won't open. You need a few inches on the hinge side. It's just jammed in there but yes, it does look nice.
3. Built-in refrigerators. Does everyone need to play a professional chef at home? Walls of built-in refrigerators are better suited to the corporate world or an industrial kitchen. Why break this habit? If it’s
cute built in fridge--just the right size for retired couple
3. Built-in refrigerators. Does everyone need to play a professional chef at home? Walls of built-in refrigerators are better suited to the corporate world or an industrial kitchen. Why break this habit? If it’s
“fridge and details” — pojoaque
Great Neighborhood Homes
Great Neighborhood Homes
Ideabooks25,072
Questions17
Looks like tile I used for my shower reno, M. S. International Inc. Emperador Blend Bamboo 12 in. x 12 in. Brown Marble Mesh-Mounted Mosaic Tile. I got it from Home Depot.
These look like they could be made by Perlick. Here's a single door fridge: http://www.perlick.com/products/24-refrigerator.php Here's a wine cooler: http://www.perlick.com/products/24-wine-reserve.php You can find dealers near you on the Perlick website. A fun place
7. Beautiful bar backsplash in Minnesota. An intricate tile backsplash makes a bold statement in this basement's wet bar. A built-in refrigerator, a sink and a TV are all great features, but they blend into the background of this gorgeous design.
“tv” — ddlinn3
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
14 Reviews
House of Light: Chevy Chase, Maryland Home inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Ideabooks7,169
Questions3
Featured in Home & Design Magazine, this Chevy Chase home was inspired by Hugh Newell Jacobsen and built/designed by Anthony Wilder's team of architects and designers.
A dark, glossy red fridge. Covering built-in refrigerators with custom cabinet paneling is a great way to hide them or make them pop with color.
“lots of light to see and nothing dangling down in your face!” — eleaanorestegall1
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Thurman Street
Ideabooks25,684
Questions35
I have Aga white range. I really wanted to use aged brass fixtures including pot-filler. However, I also have SubZero glass door and chrome refrigerator. -- will mixing the metals be weird. I love the brass you used but its also on the Lacanche range so it balances out. Your work is absolutely beautiful
Possible treatment of the refrigerator space
The Deluxe Kitchen RemodelIf custom cabinetry, built-in refrigeration and a La Cornue range are all must-haves, you're talking high style and the price tag that goes with it. This kitchen is for real cooks. It
“x” — shelburne71
Green Goods
3 Reviews
Green Goods
Ideabooks2,532
Questions7
Notice bookshelf built into studs? Could we do the same?
The team snagged some extra square footage from an oversized bath next to the kitchen, and created a nook for a built-in refrigerator. This opened up the bedroom wing into the kitchen, and created enough space for a colorful and lighted cookbook nook. The unique countertops are a durable blend of concrete
“Do I really want painted kitchen cabinet doors?” — Kate Thorlakson
Condo, Washington DC
Ideabooks1,092
Questions4
examine the swing direction to see if it will meet an obstruction. See more on planning for a built-in refrigerator
swing direction to see if it will meet an obstruction. See more on planning for a built-in refrigerator
n your kitchen are important to get right to make the best use of your space. A common refrigerator width is slightly less than 36 inches (92 centimeters). The problem is often the depth
24-inch (61-centimeter) base cabinet. You can still buy shallower freestanding refrigerators, but you have to pay close attention to the dimensions listed in its specifications to be certain. The other option is built-in configurations, but they are significantly more expensive. Look for a depth of
“Piso” — cristygracia
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