You may want to look at some European design centers - sorry, don't have an
address handy. There is specialized, though inexpensive, hardware to attache
a cabinet door to a refrigerator. Basically, you build a carcass/faceframe,
or whatever type of cabinet you are making, big enough for the fridge. Build
a door to match the rest of the cabinets, and use this sliding thing - sorry
can't think of a better description - to attach the back of the cabinet door
to the front of the fridge door, so when you open the cabinet door, you open
the fridge, too.
Of course, European fridges tend to be smaller, but it sure seemed to me
that this could work with US fridges, too. Anybody have any more info on
Can someone point me to online resource how to build and enclose
refrigerator into wood raised panels. The refrigerator is Kenmore top
freezer (no French doors) and there is no enclosing kit already
available for it.