Kitchens are the most popular room in the house, but they’re also one of the most limited in terms of customization. You can paint your walls and customize your cabinets, but most appliances only come in a limited range of muted shades like white, black, chrome, and stainless steel. Samsung aims to change that with its Bespoke series, and its latest collaboration makes vibrant, artistic refrigerators a lot more accessible to the average consumer. Exclusive to Lowe’s, Samsung’s Bespoke 4-Door French Door Refrigerator Panels now come in exciting new limited-edition designs by artists Alexa Meade, Amber Vittoria, and Domonique Brown.

Striking blue refrigerator panels by Alexa Meade, designed for Samsung Bespoke and Lowe's collaborative line of artful fridge panels.

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Meade, who’s best known for painting directly onto the human body, chose to splash her panels with textural brushstrokes in a gorgeous shade of cobalt blue.

Curvy-themed refrigerator panels by Amber Vittoria, designed for Samsung Bespoke and Lowe's collaborative line of custom fridge panels.

Vittoria, an artist and a poet whose pieces are often inspired by femininity and the female form, created a graphic work of art in which voluptuous curves cascade across the panels.

Sunny beach-inspired refrigerator panels by Dominique Brown, designed for Samsung Bespoke and Lowe's collaborative line of custom fridge panels.

Illustrator and designer Brown wanted her panels to bring the relaxed feeling of being on vacation into the kitchen. Her colorful design is complete with a sunset, a rowboat, and turquoise water.

The panels can be mixed and matched with Samsung Bespoke’s portfolio of panel colors and finishes so you can truly design the fridge of your dreams. Pair Meade’s blue brushstrokes with dark blue and white for a more subdued effect, or contrast it with an unexpected pop of bright contrasting color. Vittoria’s design pulls right from Samsung’s available colors, so it’s easy to get a beautifully complementary effect. You can punch up Brown’s bright scene with clementine orange, yellow sunrise, or emerald green, or make it moodier with navy, charcoal, and morning blue.

Artist Alexa Meade paints a wall her signature shades of colbalt blue.

“Lowe’s is the No. 1 home appliance retailer, and our customers know they can trust us to deliver on quality and innovation. But we also know they’re looking for the total home style package, with products that don’t just offer performance, but style and personal expression, too,” says Jen Wilson, Lowe’s Senior Vice President of Enterprise Brand and Marketing. “Through this collaboration with Samsung, a trusted leader in innovation, we’re thrilled to be bringing these one-of-a-kind panels to customers who are not only looking to upgrade their appliances, but are also craving a unique way to express their personal style through art.”

Customizing the color of a Samsung Bespoke fridge.

“Samsung’s Bespoke appliances embrace emerging home customization trends that express personality and style using bold colors, new materials, and artful designs,” adds Gary So, Vice President or Marketing and Digital Appliances at Samsung Electronics America. “Lowe’s limited-edition Bespoke refrigerator panels inspire more ways for consumers to personalize their living spaces and show off their style like never before.”

The Lowes x Samsung Bespoke Artists Series can be seen on display at select Lowe’s stores, and the entire line can be ordered and customized online as part of Lowe’s House of Style. Each panel is sold separately and can be switched with the other Bespoke panels. These artist panels will only be available for a limited time, but you can shop the whole Samsung Bespoke series as part of Lowe’s regular selection.