Welcome and thanks for finding Monogram’s design blog. Save Room for Design will highlight kitchen and interior design in a uniquely Monogram way, one that is personal to you as someone passionate about design and its fascinating intricate details.
In the world of high-end appliances, Monogram stands out with its own brand of luxury. Refined but not rarified, it’s the kind of luxury that makes a statement of quality and timeless elegance. Monogram also makes sense for your life – award-winning technology makes it possible to cook faster, clean easier and enjoy more time relaxing with family and friends. And there’s nothing more luxurious than that.
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Thanks for your comment, Jessica! We aren’t interested in any articles at this time but we’ll be sure to keep you in mind for future opportunities.
Interested in professional advice: I want to purchase the column freezer 24’ and the 36’ all refrigerator. Both will have paneling. I think given paneling I can make this combination work as long as I don’t have handles and/or handles are same length and can Ben put at same height so that it looks well side by side. Or, I can have a cabinet pullout between fridge and freezer… interested in advice from designers if they have tried to do a combination like this and what’s the best way to do it. A 30’/ 30’ would be too small and a 36’ 36’ too large for the space.
Great question! Those two will work well together.