Refrigerator Hinge Cap and Built-in Look
I am in the seemingly endless process of trying to choose a refrigerator. My plan has been to build a fake wall which will accommodate the refrigerator, a wall oven, and a pantry. It has seemed to me that I could have a built-in look for the refrigerator, without actually buying a built-in, by having the fake wall closely surround the front of the refrigerator. It seems to me now, from the pictures on the web, that most refrigerators have hinge caps that are visible from the front while some others have hidden hinge caps. Do you-all know if my plan requires a refrigerator with a hidden hinge cap in order for me to succeed in having the refrigerator look built in?
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