Bespoke Home

Samsung has this month released a revolutionary new product to New Zealand: a completely customisable French door refrigerator with interchangeable panels available in a range of colours and finishes. 

The Bespoke French Door Refrigerator enables New Zealanders to transform their kitchen, bringing customisation and colour with the ability to personalise their fridge to ensure it becomes a central design feature in the heart of the home. 

The Samsung Bespoke Refrigerator offers a range of colours to customise the design.

Part of Samsung’s Bespoke Home range, which also includes new products such as the Bespoke Jet™ cordless stick vacuum cleaner, the new line represents the very best of Samsung innovation, pairing customisable designs with unique technologies that together inspire entirely new ways of living. 

With the Bespoke Refrigerator as a centrepiece, consumers will be able to tailor their décor to complement their personal style. 

“The Bespoke Refrigerator gives Kiwis the freedom to customise their kitchen to match their look and design aspirations. The swift uptake of our ever-popular Frame TV has proven that Kiwis use their home design as a form of self-expression,” said Jens Anders, Vice President Samsung New Zealand. 

The customisable front panels of the Samsung Bespoke Refrigerator allow the owner to reflect their personal style.

“The Bespoke range empowers consumers to continue doing just that, creating living spaces that truly reflect their tastes and aesthetics, while still designed with the same innovative and trusted technology Samsung is renowned for.”

Available in a four-door configuration with two finishes – glass and metal – colours include white, pink and navy, and charcoal. 

The Bespoke French Door Refrigerator is available at all leading retailers for a RRP of $6,899.00.

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