If you love all things vintage, pick your appliances wisely. Retro-style fridges are still trending in modern kitchens, so here are our top buys.
Appliances can be big and bulky and we often don't see them as being a stylish addition to our kitchen. However, if you're a vintage lover, a retro-style fridge can make a style statement and completely alter the look of your space.
We've put together a list of our favourites.
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Fan of retro but not too sure on pastel colours? Retro-style vintages also come in more conventional colours such as black and cream. This Stoves design is extremely sleek and looks more expensive than it is.
With a 208 litre capacity, don't be fooled by the ultra-cute design of this Swan fridge/freezer. It holds a heck of a lot of shopping and looks great, too.
Mini fridges are essential for any woman or man cave. Or, if you have a designated work space in your home, then a mini fridge could come in handy. This Truckstop red fridge is super compact and is available in red or black.
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Inspired by the famous Volkswagen van, the new Gorenje retro fridge combines the iconic design of the '60s with the up-to-date technology of today. It also features IonAir, where ionised air mimics the natural micro-climate to keep food fresh for longer.
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The Big Chill has vintage-inspired details which include a stamped metal body, chrome trim and a pivoting handle. It has 680 litres of total net volume, which should be more than enough. You also get 2 years parts and labor warranty.
Featuring a 1950s sleek and stylish handle, the Montepellier under counter fridge/freezer is perfect for compact spaces. Available in blue, black, cream and red – this retro-style fridges is definitely one of our favourites.
For a sleek, undercounter fridge look no further than this gorgeous black Husky retro-style fridge. It's available in red, white and black so there should be an option that will suit your kitchen scheme.
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