Appliances get bigger (and smaller)€”and it seems we all want a peek inside the action.

Less Is More

The Galley and Small Spaces collection by Sub-Zero and Wolf includes the sleek Wolf E-Series Transitional wall oven ($4,638). Its slim design—coordinating with the same-series built-in fridge, coffee machine, cooktop and so on—fits just about any size kitchen.

Somm at Home

Wine on tap makes it into the home with the Discovery WineStation by Dacor ($7,989), the first such automated, temp-controlled dispenser, which chills and preserves four bottles of wine for up to 60 days.

Go Wide

Refrigerators are going big again. And the wider 36-inch LG French-door fridge—in black stainless steel—is a statement-maker ($3,600).

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Nesting Time

Call it the matryoshka effect: the handy surprise of Whirlpool’s new French door-within-door refrigerator brings “cold space” to the fore, storing items that need a little extra chill within easy reach (out August 2017).

Nice Pair

The Samsung front-load steam washer and dryer ($2,300) have all the bells and whistles—from wrinkle-removing multi-steam technology to door-within-door design for last-minute stray socks—in a red-hot black-stainless finish.

Window Washing

KitchenAid’s new dishwasher features a window and lighted interior ($1,650)—for those times you want to make sure those dirty dishes are really getting clean.

Designer’s Pick: Jenny Martin

“I love to incorporate Sub-Zero freezer drawers into our kitchens. They’re panel-front, so they integrate into the millwork, but make for easy access without a deep freezer to dig into the bottom.” Fridge Drawers (from $5,737) by Sub-Zero.

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