LG Signature kitchen protagonist in the “Whole Home Project”


The “Whole Home Project” is an annual showcase of the best home designs and products in the United States. This marks the project’s fifth year and its first renovation of an existing property, rather than a new build. The project’s sponsor, House Beautiful magazine, partnered with LG and a renowned builder, architect as well as top designers from around the U.S. to reimagine the spaces throughout a modern Tudor home in Atlanta, Georgia, with a focus on living better at home.

American designer Whittney Parkinson used a number of award-winning Signature Kitchen Suite appliances from LG. The oversized eat-in kitchen features the 48-inch built-in French-Door refrigerator with a large interior capacity and precise preservation technology. Key features include Lift and Go™ drawers, fully adjustable door bins, hidden LED lighting so you can see everything in the fridge and a dual ice maker that makes both cubed ice and slow melting, spherical craft ice.

Regarding the cooking, the project included the Signature Kitchen Suite 48-inch Dual-Fuel Pro Range comes with built-in sous vide, alongside induction and gas cooktops paired with two ovens, giving homeowners the most flexibility in one unit. «One thing we love about Signature Kitchen Suite is that their products work throughout the home. You’ll find their dual undercounter refrigerators everywhere – in the owner’s suite, work from home quarters, guest room and of course, the media room – for those family night movie marathons when you don’t want to run down to the kitchen – said Carisha Swanson, House Beautiful Director of Special Projects-. Both drawers operate independently with multiple temperature settings and can even drop down to a freezer.»