The Marshall Fridge

Back in 1962, drum teacher Jim Marshall opened up a small music shop in London. Fast-forward to now, his shop has morphed into the iconic global brand, Marshall. The company is known for their awesome amps that churn out their signature Marshall “crunch.”

The Marshall Fridge is the company’s way of bringing the essence of their amps to any pad—no guitar skills necessary. You get Marshall’s classic style—in refrigerator form—that stores sodas or ice-cold beers (Gin, for me).


It’s made from materials that Marshall often turns to for their amps including authentic logos, brass control panels, and fret cloth. It also has a small freezer, interior lighting, and tempered etched glass shelves.


You’ll even save a few bucks on the energy bill since it has an A+ energy consumption rating. Now, that’s what I’m talking about!

Kyle Troutman has always been intrigued by fashion, design, auto and tech. So, instead of becoming a designer, editing and following trends became his passion.