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French Door Refrigerators for Sleek Kitchens

Did your refrigerator just quit? Are you remodeling your kitchen and going for a luxe look? French door refrigerators should be at the top of your consideration list, especially if you have a compact kitchen layout.

What is a French door refrigerator?

A French door refrigerator is a refrigerator unit with at least two half-width doors on the refrigeration section and a bottom-mounted freezer section.

Most double door refrigerators are 30 to 36 inches wide, with average capacities of 32 cu. ft., so make sure to measure your space accordingly. Search for stainless steel French door refrigerators, black stainless steel, or panel-ready French door fridges to match your other kitchen appliances.

Do French door refrigerators have more than two doors?

The simple answer is yes, French door refrigerators can have more than two doors. The more complex answer is that French door refrigerators come in a variety of styles, with three-, four-, or even five-door configurations that consist of additional refrigerated compartments. Please note that four-door French door refrigerators will have a smaller freezer compartment.

The extra compartments let you organize your groceries in a more convenient manner and keep things fresher.

What are the main benefits of a French door refrigerator?

The main benefits to French door refrigerators are easy-access to fresh food, wide storage, and easy installation in small kitchens.

The double doors on French door fridges are from waist-to-eye level, leaving easy access to fresh foods without bending over. Plus, the half-width doors don’t swing out as far as traditional refrigerator doors, helping you create an ideal flow in your compact kitchen.

And because of the wide space of the fresh section, you can store wide containers and dishes like pizza boxes, baking sheets, and party platters with no problem! But remember, there are some foods you shouldn't refrigerate, even if they fit.

Another benefit of double door refrigerators to consider is energy efficiency. Since you’re only opening one part of the fridge at a time you save on energy and preserve food better. See our tips to increase your refrigerator efficiency even more!

Can French door refrigerators be built-in or counter-depth?

Yes, and yes! French door refrigerators also come in built-in and counter-depth refrigerators, in addition to freestanding models. So, if you really want that sleek look for your kitchen and the benefits of a French door refrigerator, then consider a built-in French-door fridge.

Counter-depth French-door refrigerators are shallower than standard (less than 24 inches deep) and have an average capacity of 22 cu. ft. And since counter depth refrigerators don’t stick out too far, these create a seamless look that’s flush with your cabinetry and countertops.

Look for panel-ready, built-in refrigerators if you embrace that hidden-in-plain sight aesthetic!

Have any more questions about French door refrigerators? Want tips on how to clean out your refrigerator? Consult our guides, give us a call, or stop by your nearest Plaza Appliance Mart for the top-notch customer service you won’t find anywhere else.