So, what are the pros and cons of these fridges?
Pros of French Door Refrigerators
French door fridges tend to be larger and therefore they have more storage space. There are also more and different door storage bins which most people really like. They also tend to be a bit deeper which gives both more storage and makes it less likely the doors will hit anything when they are opened. This also means that the freezer tends to have more room. Since you can open just one refrigerator door at a time, it can maintain the coldness a little better.
Cons of French Door Refrigerators
The downside is that French door refrigerators are larger and if you have a tight space, this style of refrigerator may not be the right one for you. Also, if you have a retro kitchen style (even if it is brand new) a French door refrigerator may not go with the look. They also tend to cost more than the two door models. Some people feel the space setup is less efficient than other styles but that may be personal preference.
Stainless steel French door refrigerators are the most common, but we also have them in black and white.
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