As a popular pick for luxury kitchen new builds and renovations, built-in column refrigerators give your kitchen clean, simple sightlines, particularly when paired with other built-in appliances. Learn more about column refrigerators and how they enhance your kitchen.
When a column refrigerator and freezer set is installed together, they look like a built-in refrigerator. But, you can pair any size refrigerator with any size freezer—to customize your preservation space to your exact lifestyle.
Visit the farmer’s market on a weekly basis, but don’t really use your freezer? Choose a 36-inch column refrigerator and pair it with an 18-inch freezer. Even install your column refrigerator and freezer set separately—in separate rooms like a butler’s pantry—so your kitchen works and looks exactly the way you want.
Like columns, built-in refrigeration comes ready to pair with custom cabinetry, but JennAir column refrigerator and freezer sets have a wider breadth of style options to choose from. These panel-ready column refrigerators can be paired with panels that match your custom cabinetry for a fully-integrated look, or with JennAir® stainless steel RISE™ or NOIR™ Design Expression panels. Plus, you can customize your toe kick, handles and more.
Or, up the ante by choosing JennAir Brand Italian leather Cuts Panels in four distinct designs: Croc, Caviar, Carbon or Cognac.
Each panel option, from your own custom panels to stainless steel or leather can be paired with your choice of handle. Build your custom column refrigerator and freezer set with our Column Configurator.
As high-end appliances, built-in column refrigerator and freezer sets are designed with a number of performance features and high-quality materials, including solid glass shelves and door bins finished with real metal details. Soft-close storage drawers are complete with a diverse selection of presets, and the control panel is moved to a convenient location at waist-height.
Freezer or refrigerator. Left-hand or right-hand swing. One, two, three columns in a row. Four different widths. With 12 one-unit options, 75 two-unit combinations and over 250 three-unit combinations, configuration is where bespoke begins.
Revel in the trinity of food preservation: three zones, three precision sensors, read every second. Fortified by an exposed air tower, you can conquer humidity levels and customize the temperature of each zone to your deepest desires.
One provocative air tower. Two precision sensors. Read every second. United, they keep freezer temperatures from swinging and spirits impeccably chilled.
Open door. Power outages. Filter changes. Connect to WiFi for real-time notifications and control your columns from anywhere. Tap and swipe on both iOS and Android devices.*
Live beyond the shadow. Abandoning the dark spots cast by dated puck lighting, over 650 LEDs frame and fill your column, coming alive at a touch of the controls. Each zone awakens and pulses as you mold your column to your desires.
Inspired by the beauty of volcanic glass, this industry-exclusive dark finish erupts with reflective, high-contrast style. Let fine foods and beverages emerge from the interior of your columns like vibrant art, begging to be devoured.
*Appliance must be set to remote enable. WiFi & App required. Features subject to change. For details and privacy info, visit jennair.com/connect.
If you love the sleek, seamless and integrated look a built-in refrigerator gives your kitchen, but want the flexibility to choose your refrigerator and freezer widths individually to fit your lifestyle, a column refrigerator delivers all this and more.
Quickly brings water to boil and notifies you.
Flex elements fuse to suit cookware like griddles or braisers.
Elements activate and deactivate upon contact with right-sized cookware.
Induction and gas have comparable control and responsiveness
Induction is a great alternative for kitchens that don’t have an existing gas hookup
The smooth surface of induction gives them an edge over the heavy, large grates common to gas cooktops when it comes to cleaning
The surface of an electric cooktop can get quite hot when in use, while an induction stays relatively cool in comparison
Electric tends to respond slower to a change in heat, so you have less precise control than gas or induction