July is the hottest month of the year, so why not cool down with a new refrigerator?
At Christine Haught, Ltd. Interior Design we can help you select your new appliance,
analyze your kitchen floor plan and design the custom panels for your appliances!
The image on the left shows a refrigerator concealed behind cabinetry to fit into this seamless, contemporary kitchen. Having a large, stainless steel appliance may distract attention away from the beautiful details in the room. At Christine Haught, Ltd. Interior Design, we recommend integrating your refrigerator so the rest of your space will be appreciated.
The image on the left is another example of a “hidden” refrigerator. This example, however, was for a client who lives in a historic home in Pennsylvania. In order to stay true to the existing traditional style of the house, we utilized lightly distressed panels to integrate this refrigerator. We also used transitional style oil-rubbed bronze hardware, as well. Cabinet hardware is a detail that is often overlooked, but it can play a crucial role in the final look of the design.
“Sip and savor all the flavors of life.” – Unknown