Buying a Larder Fridge
Add a larder refrigerator to your kitchen to increase storage space. Contrary to fridge freezers that are standard, refrigerators with larders do not come with an ice box or a freezer compartment, which means that the entire space is devoted to refrigerator items.
Freestanding larder fridges stand upright, while integrated models can be hidden behind a cabinet door for that sleek modern look.
What is a refrigerator called a larder?
A larder refrigerator is a standard fridge that does not have a freezer compartment inside. It's a great choice for those who don't need to store frozen food items or who want to maximize the space available in the fridge for fresh foods. Larder refrigerators come in a range of sizes that be suitable for any kitchen. They range from tall undercounter models that fit neatly beneath your worktop, to integrated models that are a perfect match for your cabinets.
Our fridges for the larder are manufactured by top brands such as Blomberg and LEc, so you can rest assured that they'll provide you with reliable and reliable refrigeration that can keep your chilled items fresh for longer. They are also A+ rated for energy efficiency. You'll be able to save money on your electricity bills by utilizing one of these useful appliances.
Larder refrigerators can be purchased as freestanding or integrated models. They can be integrated or freestanding. They usually measure between 55-60cm wide and 175cm in height. The taller models tend to be a bit more expensive than freestanding models because they're designed to fit underneath worktops, allowing you to have the most storage space, without taking up floor space in your kitchen.
If you're purchasing a tall, under-counter fridge you can pick from a wide range of door fittings to suit your space, such as hinged lids, a 'door on door' mechanism or sliding hinge. Selecting the appropriate fitting will allow you create a chic, modern style in your kitchen while making sure that your fridge is fully shut to stop cold air from getting out.
Our tall larder fridges are a great option to add modern, sleek design to your kitchen and keep all of your favorite chilled items in your reach. They're also an excellent choice for those who want to put their refrigerator in a compact space, such as an apartment kitchen or the conversion of a terrace. Unlike American fridge freezers, integrated fridges have their cabinet doors fitted to the front of the appliance to ensure that they blend in seamlessly with your kitchen cabinets to give an elegant look. They can also be equipped with a selection of options and upgrades, such as LED lighting to improve visibility, humidity control or active cooling to ensure efficient cold air distribution.
Tall larder fridges
A tall larder refrigerator can be a great alternative to a traditional refrigerator/freezer. They sit under the counter in your kitchen or on the worktop and provide a whole host of additional storage for fresh and frozen foods drinks, deli items and other food items. They are available in a variety of colors, from classic stainless steel and white to more retro red and cream models as well as more modern black, and can be bought as a separate appliance or as an integrated design with a cabinet door panel that matches the rest of your kitchen.
The primary difference between a regular fridge and a larder fridge is that a larder refrigerator does not have an freezer compartment or ice box - which frees up more space for chilled food items, and also means that it generally consumes less power than a regular fridge. A taller refrigerator for the larder is the perfect choice for those planning a kitchen redesign or simply want to maximize the amount of food you can store in your fridge.
With four adjustable glass shelves and two drawers for salad crispers This refrigerator from Beko is ideal to store fresh produce. There's also plenty of storage space on the door which can be used to store bottles, jars, and a wine rack that holds five bottles. This model also features an adjustable temperature control to keep things fresh and cool. It also has an automatic defrost feature that stops the accumulation of ice on the back wall.
The Iceking RL254W.E is the ideal tall larder refrigerator for a four-person household. It can hold a total capacity of 346 litres. It comes with four adjustable glass shelves and two salad crisper draws and plenty of space inside the door to store jars and cartons. The interior light and reversible doors make it easy to keep your items organized. This model is also energy efficient and comes with a 2 years of warranty.
Under-counter larder fridges
Under-counter larder fridges are a practical and flexible solution for kitchens of all shapes and sizes. They sit neatly under your worktop, slotting into a vacant space and are usually less than 90cm in height. They are freestanding, and have one door freezer and are similar to tall larder refrigerators. However, they do not come with an ice box or freezer section.
They're made for fresh food storage, not an appliance that doubles as a fridge and freezer, which reduces the cost and energy needed to operate them. They're available in a range of finishes, from sleek white to timeless stainless steel with brushed finishes. They can also be made to match the kitchen cabinet doors to create a seamless appearance.
There are tall and under-counter models with various features, such as water dispensers LCD displays, warning alarms. They're usually less expensive than fridges and freezers, so you can include a chilled storage option to your home without breaking the bank.
Taller freestanding models can stand up or slide in between other floor-to-ceiling cabinets for a modern, fitted feel. You'll also find a number of integrated options that feature the front panel and the cabinet door of your kitchen cabinets for the seamless appearance. This is perfect for smaller kitchens or flats, which cannot accommodate a taller refrigerator.
Larder refrigerators that are undercounter and freestanding tend to be smaller than their taller counterparts, measuring between 30" and 33". There are models that provide an option with a deeper depth though, ideal for those with restricted space.
Larder refrigerators are all easy to install and come with all the components and fixings to start you off. We are pleased to offer the widest range of brands and models to help you locate the ideal under-counter refrigerator for your home. Don't forget to take advantage of our affordable prices and convenient Klarna payment option at checkout! Purchase today and pay in three simple installments or spread the cost of your new appliance over a period of 30 consecutive days, with no interest. It's another way that we make it simple to upgrade your home with the latest appliances and technology.
What is the ideal temperature for the refrigerator in the kitchen to be set at?
It is easy to become confused when looking for a fridge due to the many different terms used to describe them. One of the most popular is a larder fridge. A larder refrigerator is a refrigerator that doesn't have an freezer compartment or icebox which means that the space inside is reserved for refrigeration for refrigeration purposes only. This makes it ideal for those looking to maximize their cooling capacity without the expense of an icebox or freezer.
Larder refrigerators are available as freestanding models or integrated into the kitchen design. They typically come with a door that can be opened and closed just like other cabinets in your home. They will seamlessly blend into your kitchen and are able to be hidden out of view to create an elegant, seamless look.
Tall larder fridges are a great alternative to side-by-side fridge/freezer combinations as they offer more storage space for chilled foods. They can be freestanding or integrated and are generally between 55-60cm in width and depth. They can be easily fitted between other cabinets from floor to ceiling, and are perfect for a built in kitchen.
Whatever the size of your refrigerator's larder is it is essential to keep food at a suitable temperature. Refrigerating food slows the growth of microorganisms and bacteria that can cause illness if consumed.
The ideal temperature to store food in a refrigerator is between 2 and 5 degrees Celsius. This will be affected by the frequency with which you open the refrigerator, since it will get warmer every time air flows into it.
It is essential to store dairy products (eggs and milk) in the upper part of your refrigerator. Raw meat should always be kept on the bottom shelf of your refrigerator. This isn't only for temperature reasons, but also to avoid any juices that run off contaminating other foods. Crisper drawers are ideal for vegetables. However, you should be careful not to store any fruits in these drawers since they produce ethylene that can cause over-ripening of other fresh food items. This can cause problems for food items like tomatoes, watermelons, apples and other fruits.