Refrigerators are not normally an eye-catching appliance, usually more beloved for their contents than their appearance.
The following designs, however, are stylish replicas of vintage refrigerators that hold true to their eras but have updated efficient features.
Colorful in lime green, red or toned down in cream, Oranier has a line of free standing refrigerators, which unlike older appliances, these have an A+ energy efficiency rating. This model features a cooling system and fan that circulates cooled air throughout the unit. It also has a 12 hour storage capacity if the unit happens to break down.
With a freezer on top, it is available in sleek single and double door models. It even comes with oldschool ice cube trays and an ice scraper.
This red beauty from Northstar is modeled after a 1959 French design.
The original refrigerator freezer had a functional deep cabinet feature and gallon door storage capacity that is replicated in the modern version.
Swan has developed a series of A+ rated compact refrigerators that are offered in a range of electrifying and vintage colors, including orange, blue and red.
Smeg is known for their original and stylish appliances. In honor of England, St. George’s Cross is shown on the exterior of this fridge and ice box combo.
With an A+ energy efficiency rating, it also has an antibacterial lined interior. The chrome wine rack is definitely a modern addition.
If a refrigerator can be glamorous, this is it. Who knew a fridge could be so lux?
Another one from Smeg, this unique and extravagant looking refrigerator is the FAB28OR. Decked all out in a gold coat, it is accessorized with Swarovski crystals.
Rated A++, it has a dynamic air cooling system that increases its efficiency. It also has various adjustable drawers and bins and comes complete with a bottle carrier that is chrome plated.
I’m not sure where you buy groceries fancy enough to go in this fridge, but I hope they take coupons.
These vintage redos make refrigerators cool, inside and out.
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