The wood paneled refrigerator matches the cabinetry, blending beautifully into the natural look of this Craftsman kitchen. Glass cabinet doors show off organized glassware and dishes. Beautiful dark stone countertops add movement and color to the room, while light stone floors serve as a neutral foundation.
To maintain the smooth, clean look of the kitchen, designers added wood panels in front of the refrigerator to conceal it while keeping it easily accessible. Its new position keeps it at arms length to the kitchen and the living room.
A red refrigerator and vintage canisters pop against this retro kitchen's otherwise monochromatic color scheme. Black wood shelving lines the space and the stainless steel sink, while metal geometric wall panels serve as a backsplash.
A calming white color palette defines this transitional kitchen with beautifully designed tray ceilings. Classic white cabinets are topped with marble counters and stretch from the farmhouse sink around to the stainless steel double oven. The refrigerator is covered with matching white panels and sits beside a dark wooden kitchen island with three cushioned barstools.
Cook gourmet meals in this fully renovated, 18th century kitchen with exposed wooden beams, a vaulted ceiling and warm hardwood floors. Olive green cabinets and windows pair perfectly with the brown marble countertop on the kitchen island with a cooktop and separate counter with sink. The refrigerator is covered with matching olive green panels.
As seen on America’s Most Desperate Kitchens, designers added warmth to the kitchen space by added a block of wood cabinets on one end of the space. Then, they added wood panels to the front of the refrigerator to create depth and dimension, making the cabinets pop.
Warm wood paneling hides the refrigerator and blends with the surrounding cabinetry in this traditional kitchen. A large wine refrigerator provides plenty of space for wine storage, while double ovens make cooking and baking for guests a cinch.