Refrigerators Can Look Good, Too
Bespoke refrigerators from Samsung cater to your design aesthetic with flexible colors, materials, and door combinations.
Refrigerators aren’t typically known for being the most artful part of a kitchen, but when we can hand-curate everything from sink faucets to backsplashes, why shouldn’t the largest kitchen appliance also reflect the thoughtfulness and care we put into the rest of our living space? Samsung is making headway on this problem with its new line of customizable Bespoke refrigerators.
The three options—4-Door Flex, Flex Column, and Bottom Freezer—can be combined and configured to fit the specific needs of the residents and the space. But let’s be honest—the coolest part is the ability to pick from a wide color palette, which can be mixed and matched on different panels and carefully chosen through Samsung’s online design studio. If White Glass and Navy Steel fit your minimalist vibe, you can have it. If Rose Pink Glass and Sky Blue Glass fit with your cozy cottage, you can have that too. If you remodel or redecorate down the road, you can swap out the panels for an updated look.
This refrigerator isn’t just about looks, though. It comes with a Dual Ice Maker, which produces both standard cubed ice and nugget-style ice, as well as a Flex Zone compartment for the ability to switch between fridge and freezer temperatures.
Available at retailers, the 4-Door Flex starts at $3,800, the Flex Column at $1,300, and the Bottom Freezer at $1,800.
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