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Mixing mid-century and modern designs, we have put together a list of chillers and freezers to suit different types of kitchen styles! With so many options to choose from, here are some things to consider before deciding on one: kitchen space, storage capacity, freshness system, as well as lifestyle and eating habits. Scroll down to check out all the different models available today.
1.The Built-In Refrigerator
Built-in refrigerators are designed to your kitchen décor and cabinets for that seamless finish. Here’s one tip to achieve the perfect fit: check with your interior designer for the recommended dimensions before installation, and don’t forget to allow for extra space so air can flow easily.
Beyond aesthetics, these fridges also come with a hidden door hinge, safety glass and LED lighting, elevating your kitchen to a space that’s both sophisticated and functional.
2.The Top Freezer Refrigerator
If you’re always reaching for the freezer, the top freezer refrigerator would be a great choice as you won’t have to bend down frequently to get what you need. An affordable choice for most, the top freezer is without a doubt, a commonly found model in homes today.
It comprises a fresh food compartment with a separate freezer on top, making it ideal for smaller kitchens. You’ll also find that there are many options to choose from; refrigerators sporting a modern design with a fingerprint-resistant stainless steel finishing and LED lighting, or one with bright colours and different laminate patterns for something fun!
3.The Bottom Freezer
The bottom freezer is best for families who use the fridge compartment more often than the freezer. You’ll find yourself bending a lot lesser as the fridge section is at eye level, making the retrieva of items more convenient and ergonomic. It also comes with plenty of adjustable drawers for you to sort and pack away your groceries-no need to waste time sifting through a messy fridge when it’s time to eat! To be extra organised, use jars and containers of similar sizes that can be stacked easily, and label everything.
Keeping your fridge clutter-free pays in the long run, as it means less time and energy spent rummaging through your fridge. Having removable drawers and containers would also make cleaning a breeze!
4.The Side-by-Side Refrigerator
With a fresh food section on one side, and a freezer on the other, the side-by-side design allows for access to all your chilled items quickly and easily. This model’s generous capacity can accommodate the needs of larger households without taking up too much space. Compared to the wider single-door option, it generally requires less space to open the doors, making it suitable even for narrow kitchen aisles.
Apart from storage space, some side-by-sides come with a host of other features like ice-makers, energy-efficient systems, as well as digital displays and controls for ultimate convenience. With a stainless steel finish and a glass-door option, this design is both modern and elegant.
5.The French Door Refrigerator
A model that’s quickly gaining popularity, the French door is essentially an upsized side-by-side fridge with the freezer mounted at the bottom. Choosing this option means getting the same easy access to both fridge and frozen sections. It comes with an impressive capacity as this two-piece compartment door design can easily accommodate bulkier and wider items without obstruction from the center partition.
Similar to the side-by-side fridge, the French door model also has plenty of large humidity drawers to help retain the freshness and flavours of your meat and vegetables, with retractable shelfing to items that are usually hard to reach.
If you’ve been entertaining too many guests at home and all those bottles of wine have started to take up too much space in the fridge, it might be time to give your reds and whites a new home. With temperature and humidity controls, a wine cooler creates the ideal condition for long-term storage. It helps remove odours and minimise vibration to prevent wine from ageing too quickly. Investing in a wine cooler will not only elevate your kitchen, it will also protect your wine from factors that will make them go bad such as UV rays, humidity and temperature fluctuations.
7.The Classic Refrigerator
Need something small for a studio’s kitchen or the office pantry? This single-doored refrigerator with a built-in freezer is one to consider.
The Bosch Classic for example, is a compact and affordable fridge that fits perfectly into any space. Sporting a vintage look that’s hard to miss, with rounded corners and a chrome handle, this classic design is one that never goes out of date. With this iconic piece to spice up any room, it’s sure to get the guests talking.
And there you have it! Always remember that choosing a refrigerator is a mix of preference and practicality, so be sure to pick a style that works best with your space.