176 Fall Candles Laundry Room Design Photos

Low CountryK & K Custom Cabinets LLC
Use wine corks to fill vases and candle holders
Wine corks in candle holder. Hurricane lamp
Candle corkscrew containers
Light fixture and candle
Cork candles
Dream House Studios, Inc.Dream House Studios
ucets/420272.htm?brandId=641164&skuId=360768&categoryId=432333 I am unsure about the sink. I like the Kohler Glen Falls. http://www.us.kohler.com/us/Kitchen-Utility-Sinks/Glen-Falls/brand/433014/433006.htm?_requestid=1514989
Josephine DesignJosephine Design LLC
to tell if the faucet is on the sink or behind it). Here's a similar sink: Kohler Park Falls™ Top-mount utility sink with single faucet hole Height 13-5/8" Length 21" Width 22" http://www.us.kohler.com/us/Park-Falls%E2%84%A2-top-mount-utility-sink-with-single-faucet-hole/productDetail/Utility-Sinks/426343
No 2Tina Kuhlmann
The sink is by Kohler- I believe it is a river falls laundry sink. It is available in undermount as well. It has an integrated washboard, a grate and a plastic wash basin as inserts. This sink is also
Laundry sink kohler river falls
No 2Tina Kuhlmann
Check Koehler.com for utility sink. River Falls
river falls sink
BroadmoorOakwood Homes
Stacked washer and dryer, adjacent cubbie space, shelves above laundry unit to prevent things from falling behind - thought provoking picture re:sink placement
#53 - Owner - Los AltosPrecision Cabinets
The sink looks like a Kohler Glen Falls™Under-mount utility sink with single faucet hole with an MRSP of $849. http://www.us.kohler.com/us/catalog/productDetails.jsp?productId=426365 You can
Menlo Park New Home with BasementAllwood Construction Inc
o-hole-kitchen-faucet-from-the-simplice-collection/p965096 The sink is a white undermount sink with two faucet holes. It looks like a Kohler Glen Falls™ under-mount utility sink with 2 faucet holes. http://www.us.kohler.com/us/catalog/productDetails.jsp?productId=426367 :) Rhoda
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Sandra said, that tile looks more like slate than quartzite, although I could be wrong. Something like this - http://tiledaily.com/2012/01/04/colors-of-fall-slate/ Yes on all points Sandra mentioned. They do have a great look, but shaling will occur with slate, and will take some time to completely settle
course of the Tallulah River. The series of lakes starts with Lake Burton as the northernmost lake followed by Lake Seed, Lake Rabun, Lake Tallulah Falls and the eastern arm of Lake Tugalo (the western arm is formed by the Chattooga River. The lakes are owned and operated by the Georgia Power Company
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