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Sub-Zero Wolf's New Tiny but Mighty Designs

Sub-Zero Wolf's New Tiny but Mighty Designs

Just because the confines of your kitchen might be small, there’s no reason to short your self on style. Sub-Zero Wolf offers terrific options that are as powerful as they are petite, and with their newly expanded 24-inch collection, there are even more options. It’s all the versatility and efficiency a home cook could want.

The expansive collection includes counter-depth refrigeration (a columnar design that sits flush with your counters), sleek and slim ovens and microwaves, an induction cooktop that heats only the cookware surface which helps keep a small kitchen cool, and there’s even a specialty coffee system that requires nothing more than the push of a button. So whether you’re designing a classic New York-style galley kitchen, a modern studio, or renovating a cozy Craftsman bungalow, Sub-Zero Wolf has mastered small-space cooking.

And while we’re talking about the luxury brand (a favorite of chefs Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsey and Curtis Stone), and as we bid farewell to summer and send the kids back to school—it’s not too soon to start thinking about the coming holidays. The M Series ovens come in a range of design styles and offer dual convection for perfect baking, thanks to the integrated temperature probe. And with the company’s generous, integrated refrigeration options, which you see below, storing that turkey is a breeze. Visit our showrooms to learn more.

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Shane Mahan, Builder of Some of Santa Barbara's Finest Homes

Shane Mahan, Builder of Some of Santa Barbara's Finest Homes

New & Notable: Dream hotel Casa Fantini, and the latest from Mastella and Ronbow

New & Notable: Dream hotel Casa Fantini, and the latest from Mastella and Ronbow