If you're taking a technical savvy kitchen, smart refrigerators are truly the applying of the future. Samsung Family Hub refrigerator can schedule events, play music, keep your meal fresh and even more. This refrigerator is one of the latest inventions in refrigerator technology. While it comes in various finishes, it isn't the best choice if you're hoping to conserve space in your kitchen.
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Refrigerator and freezers arguably take in the most space in your kitchen. Luckily, for those with a smaller kitchen, there are extensive compact models now you can choose from. You can find popular models between 24" and 30" vast that allow you to save lots of space while still holding food. If your goal is to save space, avoid side by side refrigerator and freezer combinations.
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