Samsung’s Bespoke 4-door refrigerator is, quite literally, a blank canvas through which customers can express themselves. The company sells Bespoke refrigerator door panels in various colors and designs. For a fee, Samsung will let you print your custom picture on your fridge. And now, Samsung has partnered with Lowe’s to create an exclusive limited-edition collection of Bespoke 4-door panels.
Samsung and the American home appliance retailer Lowe’s, have employed the skills of three artists to create the collection of custom panels — Alexa Meade, Amber Vittoria, and Dominique Brown. Lowe’s encourages Bespoke customers to use these three pairs of exclusive custom panels as they come or mix and match them with their personalized colors and designs at home. (via PRNewswire)
“Through this collaboration with Samsung, a trusted leader in innovation, we’re thrilled to be bringing these one-of-a-kind panels to customers who are not only looking to upgrade their appliances but are also craving a unique way to express their personal style through art,” said Lowe’s senior vice president of enterprise brand and marketing, Jen Wilson.
The three custom designs are available exclusively at Lowe’s. They can be purchased attached to a 4-door Bespoke refrigerator or bought separately. The price is the same for each piece across the collection, i.e., one door costs $299.
Earlier this summer, Samsung launched a custom design program in the USA that allows customers to print their own photos on Bespoke refrigerator doors in exchange for $500 per panel.