GE Slate Refrigerators
GE Slate offers something different from the standard white, black or stainless steel appliances. The rich finish is easy to clean, and the style complements any décor. GE Slate offers top-freezer, side-by-side, French-door, bottom-freezer and counter-depth refrigerators. Many GE appliances are made in America, containing 70-90% U.S. content. So when you buy GE, you're investing in the livelihood of hardworking Americans!
What They Have In Common
Easy to Clean - Slate's low-gloss sheen adds subtle shine while resisting dirt and fingerprints, so it’s easy for you to keep your kitchen looking new.
Rich, Dark Matte Color - Luxurious color exudes modern sophistication.
Complements Décor - Slate appliances are at home in any kitchen, complementing other appliances and cabinetry and countertop styles.
Unique Appearance - If you're looking for something new and original, the leading style of Slate appliances from GE stands out from the usual offerings.
Stainless Steel Touch Points - Offers a sleek, modern finish to all Slate appliances.
Product Details: Top Freezer Refrigerator
Product Details: Side-By-Side Refrigerators
Product Details: French-Door Refrigerators
Product Details: Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Ask an Expert
Will GE Slate refrigerators look good in my kitchen?
Yes! GE Slate has the ability to blend seamlessly into any modern kitchen. It's a perfect complement to today's stone tile, marble countertops, metallic accents and contemporary cabinetry. Slate's low-gloss sheen adds subtle shine while resisting dirt and fingerprints for easy cleaning.
What are the dimensions of these refrigerators? Will I have to remodel?
Counter-depth refrigerators are built to be flush with standard-depth countertops (36.25"). This gives you a built-in look without having to remodel.
How About That!
Research shows that 97% of consumers who purchased a full Slate suite were extremely or very satisfied with the appearance of Slate and how it looks in their kitchen. 84% of consumers who purchased a few Slate appliances had the same response.
Source: The Stevenson Company; May 2013.