Your shopping cart is empty.
Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in DC Metro with granite countertops

Traditional KitchenTraditional Kitchen, DC Metro

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in DC Metro with granite countertops —  Houzz

People who liked this photo also liked

Related Photos

Questions About This Photo (5)

valkirk wrote:May 24, 2012
What brand of refrigerator is this.? Thank you

  • bown
    I have this fridge, it's really nice to look at but the water dispenser doesn't have the "in door" ice option. The ice maker is actually in the freezer drawer and the ice falls in it's own little drawer. It's a pain to get to it!

    PS: I love this kitchen and my renovation is going to be based on this!
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    So glad you like this Kitchen! Happy renovating ;)
colraeds wrote:Jul 21, 2012
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    I agree with Conceptual's suggestion regarding the hinge for your situation. In future remodeling projects, you simply had a small cabinetry "filler" between the wall and the fridge so you don't run into that same situation.
  • kellya6
    I have the same design and refrigerator type. I use a clear bumper (about 1/2' square)that sticks on the wall. It prevents a ding in the door of the refrigerator and isn't noticable.
kimby2006 wrote:Sep 2, 2012
did you actually make that for the wine? if so how did you do it?

  • bubblyjock
    Yes, WAY too hot for wine storage. Unless it's mulled. ;) i prefer to add slats/dividers and keep trays and cookie sheets up there.
  • PRO
    Synergy Design & Construction
    Unfortunately this was an extremely tight kitchen in a DC rowhome built in the 1800s and this was the only space available for the wine. With today's modern refrigerators, we find they don't produce nearly as much heat as the old versions did. Not saying it is "ideal" by any means, but sometimes you have to work with the space you have.
molliemartian wrote:Oct 12, 2012
Wouldn't a wine rack above a fridge always be a bit warm & not ideal for wine storage?

  • gstuartw
    I agree with molliemartian. While attractive, this is a very undesirable place to store wine. Heat rises so upper cabinet storage of temperature sensitive wine is a bad idea. Throw in the heat generating fridge below that and you have a double dose of wine killing temps. No matter the storage issues, wine storage in this area is not a good idea.
  • PRO
    Just to get this new idea out there to designers.... there is a new option for your wine loving clients... Wine Logic. It was made to be installed into a standard base cabinet. Made in the USA, solid maple, full extension drawer glides. You can store up to 30 bottles in an 18" x 18" space! [we have a display program set up for those companies who want to install it in their showroom and become a dealer].

tazzington wrote:Jun 12, 2014
My new kitchen design has almost exactly this same arrangement for the

    This Photo was added to 12K ideabooks, including
    Added to Storage Space Gem: Above the Refrigerator

    This built-in wine rack features a crisscross design as an unexpected geometric element. Keeping the wine rack the same...

    Added to Wish List

    Wine rack

    Added to alflickinger's ideas

    Wine rack above fridge. Xs instead of individual slots.

    Added to kgodlew59's ideas

    Corner cut cabinet

    Added to molli_frank's ideas

    Wine storage above fridge

    Added to lalindeen's Ideas

    wine rack

    Added to Wine Features

    Dead space above fridge

    Added to Kitchen Ideas

    Wine storage

    Added to MY kitchen

    wibe over fridge??

    Added to Kitchen

    Wine rack

    Added to Kitchen Ideas

    wine rack

    Added to Wine Rack Above Fridge

    Wine rack

    Related Photo Topics
    Related Professionals in DC Metro