Original to the home was a beautiful stained glass window. The homeowner’s wanted to reuse it and since the laundry room had no exterior window, it was perfect. Natural light from the skylight above the back stairway filters through it and illuminates the laundry room. What was an otherwise mundane space now showcases a beautiful art piece. The room also features one of Cambria’s newest counter top colors, Parys. The rich blue and gray tones are seen again in the blue wall paint and the stainless steel sink and faucet finish. Twin Cities Closet Company provided for this small space making the most of every square inch.
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Heavy vibration during spin cycle a drawback to stacking? - The washer of our current side-by-side duo vibrates extremely heavily during the spin cycle, to the point of moving around on the floor. Do these stacking units have greatly reduced or damped vibrations somehow so there is no danger of, say, the dryer falling off during the washer's spin cycle? Or are they fastened to each other somehow? »
7. Small space with stained glass. A stacked washer and dryer, a small sink and a spot for hanging clothes make the most out of limited square footage. Houzz readers also loved the beautiful stained glass window.