50's Retro Style Color and retro lines for style icons: appliances that embody the glamour and rounded forms of the 1950's. Smeg 50's Retro Style products, a series of refrigerators and freezers, fires, dishwashers and washing machines, that have become recognized as cult objects. In order to keep your food and drink perfectly fresh, Smeg refrigerators feature the latest technology to ensure top performance and high levels of energy efficiency. Available in 10 different color tones from a subtle cream to a vibrant green, Smeg colored 50's Retro Style refrigerators are truly iconic. Famous worldwide they enliven any environment, creating a conversation piece. The interior is designed to allow full use of the space available, the door and internal shelves can be adjusted to different heights, and are easily removable for cleaning. The generous interior provides satisfactory storage space for fresh food and includes a small icebox for convenience. About Smeg Smeg is an Italian home appliance manufacturer based in Guastalla, near Reggio Emilia in the north of the country. Smeg has 16 subsidiaries worldwide (in the UK, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, South Africa, USA, Australia and Mozambique), overseas offices in Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia and an extensive sales network. For over 65 years now, Smeg appliances have come to be seen as tasteful and elegant solutions to the demands of contemporary living as a result of the company's partnerships with world famous architects. Available at AJ Madison. Not only does Smeg have a unique profile in terms of domestic appliances, it is also renowned in professional business sectors. The Foodservice and Instruments divisions specialize in the area of large-scale restaurant/catering appliances and electro-medical instruments respectively. The Smeg Group, thanks to a corporate culture which dictates that maximum emphasis be placed on product quality, technology and design, is consequently known all over the globe as one of the key representatives of "Made in Italy" standards.