MADISON, Wis. - As small kitchens and galleys trend along with the smaller house movement, kitchen appliance brands Sub-Zero and Wolf create narrow, 24-inch refrigerators and stoves, with designs on multi-unit residential buildings and compact kitchens rquired by tiny home builders.
The compact size is intended to offer options to designers, architects and builders greater variety and access to luxury appliances for their clients, especially in spaces that feature European cabinetry, according to the appliance makers' marketing manager, Brian Jones.
"Now, designers and builders have the ability to incorporate Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, typically associated with large, pro-style kitchens, into more compact kitchen footprints," says Jones.
Sub-Zero products available in 24" widths or less include: Integrated all refrigerator and all freezer columns; Integrated all refrigerator and all freezer drawers; Integrated wine storage; Undercounter refrigerator, refrigerator/freezer, beverage center, wine storage and ice maker units.
Wolf products that are 24" or less include: Induction cooktop; Convection steam oven; E series built-in single oven; Drop-down door microwave; Convection, standard side-swing microwaves and microwave drawer
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