On the subject of appliances and doors colliding, how about this one? Not that I would purposely open the oven door and the fridge at the same time, but let's just say it's happened once or twice.
As I said in yesterday's post, this kitchen was not designed for large appliances; the footprint is small and most of it is occupied by appliances that are not the right scale for the space. At 33 inches wide and 34 inches deep, this fridge occupies a lot of precious kitchen real estate, and the interior space is so much more than I need. I shop daily, so my refrigerator is never full; space for perishables--cheese, butter, milk, eggs--is what I need.
Earlier this year, Apartment Therapy posted on small apartment size fridges, and I continue to refer to that list as I plan my kitchen renovation. And this jewel box kitchen with its column fridge never ceases to inspire me.
In the meantime, this refrigerator door-oven door thing in the photo gives new meaning to the phrase "from fridge-to-oven!"