For a less-cluttered, high-style look, use these ideas for covering large and small kitchen appliances. Let your personal style, not your refrigerator, make a statement.
This paneled refrigerator has a furniture look that fits the sophisticated space.
The kitchen island holds two hidden refrigerator drawers: one that keeps fresh produce within easy reach of the cook, and another for children's snacks and drinks.
Separate refrigerator and freezer units flank the doorway to the butler's pantry.
Make TV viewing from the dining area handy by placing the TV below the counter. Here, convenient fold-out cabinet doors hide the TV and other media equipment when they are not in use.
The refrigerator, disguised in cabinetry-matching panels, occupies the right side of a wall that also includes a single oven and an appliance garage.
Separate refrigerator and freezer units are concealed by an armoirelike treatment.
This kitchen retains its vintage style by concealing a dishwasher behind clever paneling.
A built-in refrigerator, wine cooler, and icemaker enhance this hardworking work triangle.
An icemaker, undercounter refrigerator, and dishwasher are hidden in cabinets below the marble apron-front sink.
Handsome cherry panels conceal the refrigerator with the style of an old antique armoire.
Custom refrigerator drawer and door pulls reflect the armoire's Asian inspiration. The absence of hardware on all but the fridge ensures the appliance's custom casing as a focal point.
The refrigerator is a modern built-in model with freezer drawers on the bottom, but it's covered with cabinetry-matching wood panels to evoke the look of an old-fashioned icebox. Hefty door handles and hinges enhance the effect.
A cupboard door hiding the flat-screen TV is minimally detailed with recessed panels divided by a simple vertical line.
Two dishwasher drawers nest inconspicuously behind two identical cabinet facades.
For a fully integrated style, this dishwasher's controls are on the upper door rim.
Wooden trim panels disguise the refrigerator so it is virtually indistinguishable from the kitchen cabinets.