Yes, you read that correctly. LG's new refrigerator range sports a "door in door" option, with a small fridge for frequently-accessed items behind a door panel and then a second larger fridge chamber behind it.
LG's argument for the approach is twofold: you can find items you want without hunting through lots of other stuff, and the design minimises temperature loss, ensuring food is stored more reliably.
It's not a cheap option: the 'heroGR-D907SL 907Ltr French Door Fridge (which goes on sale in September and has a whopping 907 litre capacitity) is $4599. The cheapest model in the range, out in November, is a smaller 659 litres $3299.
Sticker shock aside, I'm not entirely persuaded: I can always find everything I need in my fridge, and if anything goes off it's usually the fault of my disorganisation, not opening the door too often. That said, I live on my own, and I recognise fridge management is a bigger challenge in larger families or households.
So I'm curious: would you find this a useful option in your kitchen? Tell us (and tell us why) in the comments.