Design-conscious folks who are looking for a new statement piece for the kitchen will be delighted to know that you can now pre-order the Samsung Bespoke refrigerator models in a variety of styles and configurations in Canada.
The Bespoke line of customizable refrigerators, now available for pre-order in Canada, come in 4-Door Flex and 1-Door Column models with a variety of colour options for the outside panels, as well as for material. You can also customize the convertible compartments on the inside.
“With kitchens so often being the hub of Canadian homes, we wanted to offer consumers an appliance that not only fulfills a need, but also reflects the personal style of their home,” says Pat Bugos, Vice President/Head of Consumer Electronics, Samsung Electronics Canada. “Our new Bespoke refrigerator offers Canadians more than just a home appliance. It brings together Samsung’s innovative technology with a product designed to fit into consumers’ lifestyles, just as every ‘bespoke’ item should.”
The 4-Door Flex model features eight different colours, including Rose Pink and Navy, with three finishes: glass, matte glass, and steel, offering a combination of design options. The 1-Door Column model, meanwhile, is available in six colours, including an exclusive beige option, with glass, matte glass or steel finishes.
With the ability to swap the refrigerator’s panels, Bespoke offers consumers the opportunity to change their kitchen design at any time, whether it’s part of a remodeling project or a refresh of the room. Additionally, the 1-Door Column model provides the ability to combine or remove units in their entirety, ideal for consumers who are upsizing or downsizing their homes.
Canadians can design their own Bespoke refrigerator via the BESPOKE Design Studio on Samsung.com/ca, which highlights the refrigerator’s range of styles and allows users to choose the one that best matches their kitchen décor.
Samsung’s Bespoke refrigerator lineup is available for pre-order now ahead of its official Canadian launch on October 1, 2021.