Making Every Inch Count
Targeting empty-nesters aiming to downsize and younger folks moving to cities, Bosch has just launched “The 24-in. Kitchen,” a suite of appliances measuring only 2 ft. wide. Initial introductions included a 10-cu.-ft. counter-depth refrigerator featuring a sleek, handle-free glass door (available in black, white, and stainless; minimum advertised price: $2499) and a range hood available in a glass canopy, island, or pull-out visor style ($699 and up).
Added to the line this summer are compact laundry pairs at three prices, including the 300 Series ($1049), the 500 Series ($1199), and the 800 Series ($1399). The models are stackable, and the ventless condensing dryers require no ducting. Completing the line are a wall oven with 10 cooking modes ($1699), and electric and gas cooktops (both $799).