Big Chill Pro Fridge Named to Kitchen + Bath Ideas List of 30 Most Innovative Products

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Innovative kitchen and bath products combine smart function, seamless style and cutting-edge technology.

Big Chill Pro Fridge in French Blue

We set out to make something both stylishly designed as well as highly functional. Being named one of the year’s innovative products is a terrific honor.

Big Chill, maker of both modern and vintage kitchen appliances, is pleased to announce that the company’s Pro Fridge has been named to Kitchen + Bath Ideas list of the 30 Most Innovative products.

According to Kitchen + Bath Ideas, the goods named to the list of the 30 Most Innovative Products must combine smart function, seamless style and cutting-edge technology and are selected by the editors of Kitchen + Bath Ideas. This is the fourth year that the list has been compiled.

“It’s exciting that our newly-launched Pro Fridge has been so well received,” said Orion Creamer, co-founder and president of Big Chill. “We set out to make something both stylishly designed as well as highly functional. Being named one of the year’s innovative products is a terrific honor and means that we have accomplished what we set out to do.”

Energy star rated with a bottom freezer, gallon door storage and a temperature control system, Big Chill’s Pro Fridge is fully equipped to meet the needs of a modern-day kitchen. Distinguishing design touches, such as sleek metal trim and a stamped metal body, help make it a focal point in the home.

The Pro Series also includes a range, refrigerator and hood, and, just announced by Big Chill, the Pro range also now will be offered in a 36-inch size as well as the original 30-inch size.

With its blend of modern looks, bold colors and serious performance, the design of the Pro series strikes an appealing balance between the overpowering industrial look of commercial equipment and the extreme minimalism of Euro-influenced products. As with all Big Chill products, color is a critical component of the offering. In addition to stainless steel, buyers can choose from 12 modern colors in on-trend hues like Sunflower Yellow, French Blue, Matte Black, Stone Grey, White, Cream, Slate, Orange, Basil Green, Cherry Red and Cabernet. Big Chill also offers a palette of more than 200 colors to choose from as well as the option to custom color the fridge as well. Unlike with most appliance lines where color is typically an upcharge, these colors are included in the standard price of each Big Chill Pro appliance.

Big Chill’s Pro refrigerator, as well as the full list of 2015’s most innovative products, will be featured in the Spring 2015 issue of Kitchen + Bath Ideas on sale March 10th at newsstands across the country. To learn more about Big Chill appliances, including its iconic Retro Fridge, visit

About Big Chill
Big Chill was founded by Orion Creamer and his uncle Thom Vernon in 2001 and made a splash with its brightly colored, retro-styled fridges with modern amenities. Since then the Boulder, Colorado-based company has expanded its product offering to include refrigerators, fridges, dishwashers, microwaves, stoves, hoods and wall ovens, available in more than 200 colors, as well as custom colors. In addition to retro, mid-century-styled appliances, Big Chill also manufactures contemporary-styled Pro appliances that blend modern design, bold colors and serious performance. Big Chill appliances can be purchased directly online. Visit to learn more.

About Kitchen + Bath Ideas
Kitchen + Bath Ideas is a Better Homes and Gardens special interest media publication and is published quarterly. Kitchen + Bath Ideas is the leading kitchen and bath magazine and is filled with ideas, inspiration, and information about the latest products and trends. Featured kitchens and baths showcase a range of styles, from traditional to contemporary and everything in between. Beautiful, full-color photographs convey a real-people/real-solutions approach to home design.

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