Top refrigerators for smaller kitchens on Amazon India

By Kajoli Anand Puri | Published 18 Apr 2021 11:23 IST
Top refrigerators for smaller kitchens on Amazon India
Top refrigerators for smaller kitchens on Amazon India

If you’re a newly married couple, a small family, or a bachelor, you don’t need a giant fridge to store your food. You can easily get by with a fridge that has a capacity of around 50-200-litre (based on whether you want a mini-fridge or a regular fridge). If you have a smaller kitchen, you can easily fit in a fridge with this capacity without feeling like you’re compromising on your needs. Small fridges with modern features (such as quick cooling capacities) can be your best bet. Here are some of the top refrigerators for small kitchens that are available on Amazon:


The LG GL-B201RPZD has a 190-litre capacity and is a single door refrigerator. This refrigerator has an anti-bacterial gasket that should prevent germs and bacteria from growing on the food. The vegetable basket has a 9.6-litre capacity, and this should be good enough to store your veggies properly. The fridge also has a 3-star rating, which means that you should be able to save on your electricity bills. The brand claims that this fridge can freeze water in just 108 minutes. This means you should be able to call your friends over without worrying about ice. 

Croma CRAR0218

The Croma CRAR0218 is a 50-litre mini-fridge ideal for those living in a studio apartment. This fridge can also be a good option for people who want to stock their home office with goodies to munch on while they work. While it may look small, it should be able to meet all your needs as it has a built-in freezer section for ice cream, cold cuts, or ice. It also has a mechanical temperature control thermostat that you can use to alter the temperature when needed. You should be able to store 2-3 bottles of water on the door shelf. 

Haier HR-65KS

The Haier HR-65KS is a mini-fridge with a 50-litre capacity and is ideal for a small kitchen because of the compact size. It uses quick cooling technology to ensure that the interiors cool quickly. This fridge has a freezer section that should store 2-3 small ice trays, which can be sufficient for a small family. The fridge is built with PUF insulation that should help it retain its cool temperature without consuming a lot of energy. This should also help with maintaining the freshness of the food and drinks. 

Haier HED-20CFDS

The Haier HED-20CFDS is a 195-litre single door fridge that is suitable for small families and small spaces. The brand claims that it can freeze water into ice in just one hour, making it a good option for people who host their friends and family frequently. The fridge has a 4-star rating, which means that it should help you save energy, resulting in lower electricity bills. In fact, the brand claims that this appliance only consumes 130 kWh/yr. This fridge has a bottle guard, a spacious vegetable box, and toughened glass shelves to meet all your needs. Finally, it has a minimalist aesthetic, which should help prevent your small kitchen from looking too crowded or cluttered. 


The LG GL-B051RSWB has a 45-L capacity and is ideal for small kitchens or your office if you just want to store snacks. The door has a large door basket that should let you store large soft-drink bottles and water bottles. There is a separate freezer section in the fridge, and it’s spacious enough to hold 2-3 ice small ice trays. The durable shelves can hold heavy dishes so that you don’t have to worry about your leftovers. You can change the temperature by using the manual knobs inside the fridge. 

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About Me: Kajoli is a tech-enthusiast with a soft-spot for smart kitchen and home appliances. She loves exploring gadgets and gizmos that are designed to make life simpler, but also secretly fears a world run by AI. Oh wait, we’re already there. Read More