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It doesn't hurt to look: High-end kitchen appliances

March 15, 2010 |  8:49 am

SUB ZERO For some people, it might be TVs or cars or garden furniture. For me, it’s kitchens.

And it was a little like being let loose in a top-notch candy store at the new showroom for Sub-Zero and Wolf at the Pacific Design Center the other day.

The showroom is full of built-in refrigerators that are filled with compartments, and refrigerator drawers that could go in a den or near a counter. Wine storage pieces can be set at one temperature for the top third and another for the bottom two-thirds.

The luxury companies Sub-Zero Inc. and Wolf Appliance Inc. opened the showroom on Wednesday. The idea is to be a counter to the rows of refrigerators or ovens that shoppers face in appliance stores; the showroom has the appliances set up the way they might be used in a kitchen, with sinks and work stations – making them, of course, all the more alluring. See more here.

-- Mary MacVean

Photo credit: Sub-Zero