Are counter depth fridges worth it?

Are counter depth fridges worth it?

The main reason to get a counter-depth fridge is aesthetics. They just look better! ... They're also more expensive and offer less flexibility in terms of features — most are arranged in a French door-style; you won't find many options for a single-door, counter-depth fridge.

How far should a fridge stick out past the counter?

Sides: You should leave between ½" to 1" of clearance between the walls and cabinetry. Rear: You should leave a minimum of 1", and preferably 2" of clearance. Typically, because of the electrical or water connection, this will help push the fridge out slightly away from the wall, but 1-2 Inches is ideal.

Are counter depth refrigerators too small?

Because counter-depth fridges are shallower than standard ones, they tend to offer less cubic feet of interior food storage space. Standard fridge/freezer combos average between 22 and 31 cubic feet of space, while baseline counter-depth fridges are between 20 and 23 cubic feet. Shallower depth can be limiting.

What is the difference between counter depth and full depth refrigerator?

Standard depth refrigerators take up more space, generally running 30 to 34 inches in depth, or 35 to 36 inches when the doors and handles are included. ... Counter depth refrigerators are shallower and wider than standard depth refrigerators, with a depth range of 23 to 27 inches.

Is there a 24 inch deep fridge?

Above: The luxe Gaggenau Vario 400 Series 24-Inch Built-In Refrigerator (RC462701) is a perfect 24 inches deep; $9,779 at Coast Appliances. Above: The Bosch 800 Series 24 Inch Counter-Depth Bottom Freezer Refrigerator (B10CB80NVW) has a depth of 25 3/4 inches and is $2,424.