We are trying to decide on best non-integrated fridge freezer size, in width, to get for new house build.
This is for a one wall kitchen with island (sink and dishwasher will be in island), so the width of the fridge determines the remaining size of base cabinets etc along the wall we are working with!
We want to future proof this so that if the fridge had to be replaced etc. we could replace old with new without having to alter cabinet size.
i know the standard fridge freezer width's are 60cm, 70cm, 90cm and up for American Fridges etc.
We were leaning towards a fridge freezer of 70cm, as we don't have a requirement for the 90cm size and up, but somebody had mentioned to us that the 70cm width fridges are likely to be discontinued in the near future.
Does anyone know if this is correct?
Thanks in advance!
We went for two European style fridge freezers (top fridge/bottom freezer) side by side. They're much taller than a typical US fridge and were far easier to manoeuvre into the kitchen.
900 without question imo.
I live in a household of 3 and we couldn't go back to a narrower type now
Basically gives me 120mm (minus the bit between the two sides) and 204mm high
Thanks for the feedback everyone!
We've decided to go with a 60cm Fridge/Freezer instead.
We are going go have a storage space in the Utility that will take the dimensions of an undercounter Freezer with the idea that we can switch out current Fridge/Freezer to Larder Fridge if needed in the future.