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Remodeling kitchen...refrigerator opinions

Posted by bicyclegirl (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 1, 13 at 23:35

Hey everybody,

I'm getting ready to remodel my teeny tiny kitchen. I would love to hear what you have to say about your favorite refrigerator! I need counter depth & would like to have a 30" width, +/- an inch or 2 maybe. With such a small kitchen I'm trying to utilize my space for as many cab's as possible. The only wish I have on a fridge is an ice maker. If it has water in the door, that would be nice, but not a deal breaker. I'm considering a Fisher & Paykel, so if you have any info on that company's products I'd greatly appreciate it. I'd like to stay around $2200 max.

This is such a great site & hope you all can help me in my decision making.

Thank you!

This post was edited by bicyclegirl on Mon, Jul 1, 13 at 23:37


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RE: Remodeling kitchen...refrigerator opinions

I love my elux FD fridge but I think it is a bit wider than 30.
I am on the road right now.

PS love your handle! Are you a roadie or MB?


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RE: Remodeling kitchen...refrigerator opinions

I noticed on AJ Madison that Blomberg is coming out with a 30" counter depth fridge with ice maker. It's pretty, and I like the freezer layout, but of course it has no reviews, since it's not even available until next month. Runs about $1600 if you catch one of their sales. I'm looking for the same thing, preferably in white, and there just aren't many options.

Here is a link that might be useful: Blomberg Fridge


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