This stainless steel fridge features a door-in-door, which means you can quickly grab items on the door without having to open the whole fridge, keeping more chill inside. Plus, the autofill dispenser allows you to fill any container, from a glass to a pitcher, without having to stand at the fridge.
This beautiful kitchen not only features chef's grade appliances like its stainless steel refrigerator but several forms of lighting. Indirect, accent, task and recessed lighting multiply the usage possibilities of the room.
In this kitchen's renovation, an unused closet became the perfect spot for the fridge, providing more counter space and cabinet storage. The opening in the wall to the left of the fridge allowed natural light to filter in from an unseen window.
Plenty of cabinetry provides ample storage space to keep this stylish kitchen open and uncluttered. A large stainless steel refrigerator and appliances fit into the cabinets for a sleek, smooth look. Light hardwood flooring and white walls allow the dark cabinets to pop.
Neutral kitchen cabinets provide convenient storage and a clean facade in this kitchen. Stainless steel appliances, including double ovens, add a hint of shine to the muted color palette. Black and white subway tile add visual interest behind the stove with alternating vertical stripes.
An extra-large stainless steel refrigerator ensures that plenty of food is on hand in this modern family-friendly kitchen. Crisp white cabinetry, floating shelves and a matching island brighten the neutral space.
Kitchen trends come and go, but stainless steel has proven staying power. “Stainless steel is perceived as a luxury material in almost any environment,” says designer Tatiana Machado-Rosas of Jackson Design and Remodeling. “Its tone is neutral, so it works with many different types of woods, materials and finishes.”
The design is sleek and contemporary in this black and gray kitchen where a mosaic tile backsplash offers texture behind the cooktop. Deep blue pendant lights and red knobs on the range are the only hits of color.