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The Great Fridge Debacle of 2012.

December 6, 2012

I’ve told you about the Great Refrigerator Debacle of 2012, right? That week back in October when my fridge decided to die and my lovely landlord didn’t get me a replacement for a full week? Those were seven dark days, and I’m fairly certain I went through several stages of grief: Denial (that the fridge was dead), anger (that I had to throw everything away, and then later that the fridge was so delayed in its arrival and I had to spend so much money on takeout), depression (that I couldn’t keep basic items, like my beloved almond milk, in the house)…it was not fun. And I complained a lot, as my friends and family can attest. (Sorry, guys.)

Anyway, I now have a new fridge and it works perfectly. But for that awful week that I was fridge-less, I was thinking about refrigerators so frequently that I spent a lot of time on the Internet doing research on them (no, really). That’s when I was reminded of my love for Smegs. In my dream house, there is not a stainless steel refrigerator or one that is designed to match the cabinets or walls—no, there is a Smeg. (Probably a pastel green one to match my beloved KitchenAid stand mixer.) I love the fridges’ vintage-y feel, their rounded edges, their everything. Now if only I had an extra $2,000 laying around…

P.S. I’ve typed the word “fridge” seven—now eight!—times in this post, in case you’re keeping track.

P.P.S. I was thisclose to titling this post “A Smeg for Meg.” You’re welcome.

All photos via West Elm.


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    The Great Fridge Debacle of 2012.

    December 6, 2012

    I’ve told you about the Great Refrigerator Debacle of 2012, right? That week back in October when my fridge decided to die and my lovely landlord didn’t get me a replacement for a full week? Those were seven dark days, and I’m fairly certain I went through several stages of grief: Denial (that the fridge was dead), anger (that I had to throw everything away, and then later that the fridge was so delayed in its arrival and I had to spend so much money on takeout), depression (that I couldn’t keep basic items, like my beloved almond milk, in the house)…it was not fun. And I complained a lot, as my friends and family can attest. (Sorry, guys.)

    Anyway, I now have a new fridge and it works perfectly. But for that awful week that I was fridge-less, I was thinking about refrigerators so frequently that I spent a lot of time on the Internet doing research on them (no, really). That’s when I was reminded of my love for Smegs. In my dream house, there is not a stainless steel refrigerator or one that is designed to match the cabinets or walls—no, there is a Smeg. (Probably a pastel green one to match my beloved KitchenAid stand mixer.) I love the fridges’ vintage-y feel, their rounded edges, their everything. Now if only I had an extra $2,000 laying around…

    P.S. I’ve typed the word “fridge” seven—now eight!—times in this post, in case you’re keeping track.

    P.P.S. I was thisclose to titling this post “A Smeg for Meg.” You’re welcome.

    All photos via West Elm.


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    Pink O’Clock is licensed under a creative commons license. }

    • Reply
      RosyRilli
      December 6, 2012 at 5:39 pm

      I didn’t even know they still made colored fridges! Amazing.

      • Reply
        Megan
        December 6, 2012 at 5:47 pm

        Yes! Aren’t they awesome?!

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