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Those faux “cabinets” flanking the pass-through are refrigerators in disguise — not one, but two. Double the pleasure.
Look at that tall, narrow cabinetry — er, refrigerator. Another trick for creating a unique fridge is changing the shape. We’re so used to seeing wide, boxy designs that this sleek version can’t help but trick the eye.
Here’s another example of a fridge that is slightly taller and skinnier than the usual. By finishing it in the same wood grain as the island and the cabinets surrounding the oven, it blends into the scene instead of standing alone.
If you have two ovens, they’re often placed one on top of another, but here’s a new idea: Install them horizontally, place the refrigerator between them, sneak a few cabinets into the mix and finish everything but the ovens in the same material. I bet you didn’t even realize that was the fridge snuck inbetween those ovens, did you?
With its moldings and center decal, these refrigerator doors look more like architecture than appliance.
What happens when you mix old-fashioned icebox concepts with contemporary design? This guy. With its beautiful finish and unexpected look, I’d probably think it was for storing china before I’d ever consider the milk.
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