Build In Style
An undercounter built-in refrigerator is an easy way to add storage space while sticking to your budget.
(NAPSI)—Upgrading your home with a dream kitchen and staying on budget can be a challenge. An increasingly popular solution to both these design challenges are built-in amenities. Whether it’s a wine and beverage center or undercounter built-in refrigerator, built-in appliances are an easy way to add storage space while sticking to your budget.
For example, Haier’s undercounter built-in beverage center holds up to 150 cans and some 12-inch bottles. And this efficient model has not sacrificed style for function. The center features sleek insulated double-paned glass doors with a stainless steel doorframe and pro-style handle.
Designed for today’s integrated kitchens, bar or family room, the dual-drawer undercounter refrigerator is stainless steel inside and out, with 5.4 cu. ft. in capacity, two refrigeration drawers and electronic temperature control. The easy-to-clean touch-control panel allows for simple temperature adjustment while the top-drawer divider system easily adjusts with one hand to securely hold items of different sizes such as fruits and vegetables, cheeses and liquids.
The company’s products deliver a premium appliance experience while leaving room in your budget for must-have amenities such as granite countertops.