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Fancy a new fridge?

The humble refrigerator sits front and center in most of our kitchens, and a good design can go a long way toward tying the whole room together. Fortunately for you, there's a veritable bumper crop of design-centric models available in all shapes and styles: top freezer, bottom freezer, side-by-side, French door, you name it. All of them look the part of a high-end upgrade -- and a lot of them cost a lot less than you might expect.

We've reviewed them all, so click through to see what your options are, and to see how they stand up against the competition.

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Samsung Chef Collection Refrigerator (RF34H9960S4)

At the top of the list sits Samsung's four-door Chef Collection fridge. The suggested retail price is a staggering $6,000, but for the money, you're getting one of the finest-looking fridges on today's market. The "t-type" design splits the refrigerator into four sections -- a swinging door fridge up top, and a matching two-door freezer down below. It looks good inside, too, with tons of storage space and a whole host of unique features designed with help from a prestigious panel of world-class chefs.

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Samsung RF32FMQDBSR

If you're willing to forgo some of those chef-inspired features, the RF32FMQDBSR has the same classy-looking design and a lower suggested retail price of $4,000.

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LG Diamond Collection Refrigerator (LPXS30866D)

Not to be outdone, LG has an ultra-fancy four-door fridge, too. Part of its new "Diamond Collection," the LPXS30866D features a darker shade of stainless steel, giving it a distinctive, high-end appearance. You also get LG's "Door-in-Door" feature, which lets you open the front of the right fridge door to access the in-door shelves without opening the whole fridge.

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Whirlpool Double Drawer French Door Refrigerator (WRV996FDEM)

Here's another high-end kitchen behemoth -- the Whirlpool WRV996FDEM. A clever design tweak splits the central storage drawer in two, offering you some extra flexibility and making for a good-looking icebox, too.

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Samsung Food Showcase Side-by-Side Refrigerator (RH29H9000SR)

Back to Samsung, which jumped into the door-in-a-door game with its line of Food Showcase fridges. This $3,000 version is particularly striking, with a flat front and elegant, recessed handles.

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Samsung Food Showcase French Door Refrigerator (RF28HDEDBSR)

If you like that Food Showcase feature, but you're not a big fan of side-by-sides, know that Samsung also sells a French door version for $3,300. It isn't quite as good-looking, though.

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GE GNS23GMHES

Of course, $3,300 is a lot to spend on a refrigerator. If you're looking for something priced considerably lower, consider the GE GNS23GMHES. At $1,600 -- less than half the cost of that Samsung French door -- it's about as inexpensive as French door fridges come. Plus, it's available in an attractive slate finish -- sort of a less shiny spin on stainless steel.

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GE Artistry Series Bottom Freezer Refrigerator (ABE20EGHBS)

Fancy fridge design isn't all about French doors and side-by-sides -- and it doesn't have to cost you thousands of dollars, either. Take the GE Artistry Series fridge, for instance. Available in black white, blue, or red, it's a retro-inspired spin on classic refrigerator design, and it only costs $1,200. While not inexpensive, that's roughly at the bottom of the bottom freezer price range, making this fridge a design-minded bargain.

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MSRP: $1,200.00

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LG LDC24370ST

Up at the high end of the bottom freezer price scale sits the LG LDC24370ST, which costs $1,800. The stainless-steel build keeps things clean and simple, and the inside is filled with helpful, user-friendly features. Plus, it's one of the best-performing fridges we've tested, meaning the value stretches far beyond the good-looks.

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MSRP: $1,799.00

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GE GTE18GMHES

Remember that slate-finished GE French door? GE offers that slate finish on other models, too, including this $800 top freezer. That's about as affordable as great-looking fridges come.

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Frigidaire FGTR1845QF

If you see slate as a step down from stainless steel, you won't have to pay that much to step back up. At an MSRP of $1,000, we like this all-stainless steel Frigidaire model for its simple, understated build and solid value.

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