A counter-depth refrigerator's case is typically close to 24 inches deep, the same as the average countertop depth, so they fit in close to the countertops rather than sticking out 5-7 inches. The doors usually still stick out a few inches, but overall it's less than standard depth refrigerators. This is a step up from typical refrigerators that can give your kitchen a sleeker, high-end look without springing for a built-in or panel-ready design! We've compiled some of the largest counter depth refrigerator models available today to help large households find the perfect option for their needs. For more information on choosing a new refrigerator, check out our refrigerator buying guide.