Not the most useful, but my favorite piece of statement ‘furniture’ to date. Huge in the 1950s, these retro SMEG refrigerators started making a come back and now can be found in places as common as West Elm. They clearly are meant to function as a utility for the household, but I love that they can be a conversation topic and speak to individuality. Aside from sleek lines, they apparently have multi-use shelving inside.
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