It’s an exciting time when you’ve decided to remodel your kitchen – you can change the style of the space any way you’d like to make it more fashionable and functional! You can also replace some of the older appliances with new models that make more sense for your lifestyle and consume less energy to reduce your environmental footprint. When remodeling a kitchen, the go-to option for new refrigerators tends to be the counter depth refrigerator, which is 24 inches deep and allows for the body to integrate seamlessly into the kitchen design. The two main styles of counter depth refrigerators are French door and side by side. So, which option is best for your needs? Let’s take a closer look at each one.
French Door Refrigerators
A French door refrigerator features two side by side doors on the top with a freezer drawer on the bottom. Nowadays, it is the most popular style of refrigerator on the market and it’s not hard to see why. The French door style allows for easy access since most of the foods stored within are at eye level. However, you do sacrifice a little bit of utility and organization capabilities with the way the freezer is laid out. Frozen foods have to be stacked on top of each other which can create some chaos, though this can be mitigated somewhat in certain models with extra drawers and other features. Overall, the French door refrigerator is a stylish and functional choice for your kitchen.
Side by Side Refrigerators
The side by side refrigerator style was once a popular choice for upscale homes, and while it has lost some popularity to the French door style, it nonetheless has a lot to offer your kitchen. This style, as the name implies, features just two doors – one side hosts your freezer while the other contains the fridge. You do sacrifice some fridge space in a side by side model, although that space is ultimately given to the freezer. What makes this style special is its capability for a very organized freezer which is easy to access. In addition, the ice-maker in a side by side uses less space inside the unit than a French door model. Finally, side by side refrigerators are generally less expensive than French door units, making them ideal for homeowners on a budget!
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