Original Size Fridge


from $2,995.00


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Keeps your food cold and your kitchen looking cool.

A retro refrigerator can look incredible in a modern kitchen, if you can find one and pay the hefty price for restoration. Big Chill offers the look of a retro refrigerator with all of the modern amenities of today’s refrigerators. Our Original Size Big Chill retro refrigerator has a classic pivoting handle and stamped metal body, just like they used to make them.

We also offer the gorgeous Retropolitan retro refrigerator that looks as cool as it is functional. It is Energy Star efficient and comes in over 200 colors. If the retro refrigerator look is what you want for your kitchen remodel, we have got you covered.

Original (20.6 cu. ft.) Big Chill Features

  • Stamped Metal Body
  • Pivoting handle
  • 1 Fixed Full-Width Freezer Shelf
  • Authentic Chrome Trim
  • Temperature Management System
  • Automatic Moisture Control
  • Frost Free
  • 2 Half-Width Clear Crisper Pans
  • Available Left Hand Hinge
  • 3 Easy-Clean Spill-Proof Glass Shelves
  • Energy Star Available
  • Optional interior ice maker
  • 1 Year Warranty on Parts and Labor