There are very few features that are standard to all KitchenAid refrigerators beyond interior lights, door bins and drawers. While some features may be standard to a certain type of KitchenAid refrigerator, they are not often standard to all of the models in the KitchenAid line.
Many KitchenAid refrigerators have spill-proof glass shelves specially designed to simplify cleanup and prevent any spills from continuing off the shelf. Another common feature is adjustable humidity-controlled drawers that help preserve the freshness of food stored inside. Most of the refrigerators have LED lights, which are a great option because of the bright illumination they provide and because they never need to be replaced. Some refrigerators are Energy Star qualified, while others have Star-K Kosher certification.
There are almost as many options for the exteriors of KitchenAid refrigerators as there are for the interiors. Some of them have in-door water and ice systems, and others arrive overlay panel-ready so consumers can customize the exteriors to match their existing cabinetry. Stainless steel is a common color option, but KitchenAid also offers black and white refrigerators. The refrigerator exteriors are designed to lend a cohesive look to kitchens when combined with other KitchenAid appliances, many of which share the same exterior designs.