Move the Fridge; the First Step in a Kitchen Transformation

Move the Fridge; the First Step in a Kitchen Transformation

Sonia Zjawinski
Jun 25, 2010

Kitchen appliances; always getting in the way. It's easy to tuck away a toaster oven or coffee maker, but when it comes to big pieces like refrigerators, ovens, and dishwashers, you don't have much say on where those things can go. That said, there are places they work in and places they don't, exemplified by the remodel done by Flickr user, adwriter.

As you can see, before the renovation adwriter's kitchen was a bit cramped with the fridge plunked down in front of the main entrance. We're assuming that the previous homeowner had placed it there to create an eating nook on the other side of the room, but we think it just makes things too hectic when preparing meals.

adwriter replaced almost everything in the kitchen (the dishwasher stayed) moving the refrigerator to the other side of the room, opening up the rest of the space as a result. The other nice aspect is that an enclosure was built around the new chiller, allowing it to become a part of the kitchen, rather than sticking out as its own piece. Well done adwriter!

Image: adwriter

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