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Tarallo Kitchen and Bath, Inc.
1 Review
Pound Ridge, Laundry Room
passing through after appliance installation so depth is crucial and measurement needs to include plumbing space behind appliances. Thank you!! Back wall
I'm an appliance sales spec. Most front units are stackable with the use of a stacking kit
Stacking the appliances makes the room bigger allowing room for more storage
“Laundry” — mdyoung27
Castle Building & Remodeling
7 Reviews
Contemporary House Remodel and Addition
valves so that there is good access. Also, is it possible to plug in the appliances and then push them into the tight space?
access panel. All of the connections could probably be made after the appliances are pushed into position but we recommend that you do it before hand for
This new trend!...Appliances in a closet
“Small lr” — marleepa
Seattle Staged to Sell and Design LLC
83 Reviews
Beautiful Seattle Craftsman House
My own washer and dryer are front loading Miele appliances and I assure you that they use less water and less electricity despite
longer cycles. Seattle City Light gave us $500 rebate when we bought these appliances long ago. But the cycles are longer as you've mentioned.
Level of appliances...shelving above appliances...Laundry appliance area...appliance location...Baskets above appliances
“Open shelves above machines” — Sandra Cammenga
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
Best of Houzz 2014
We have earned a reputation for exquisite design, attention to detail & superior results. Our customers are confident that they have received the best level of service in a courteous professional way.
mango design co
east 32nd ave
Another way to hide appliances. By fold doors. Clean lines
Ability to hide appliances...Hide appliances...Hiding appliances...Hidden appliances
“Machines side by side and then cupboards above?” — grantkeesee
Clean Design
31 Reviews
Custom Work
hi! why are the 2 appliances needed. ? why not 1 appliance
What is the make of the appliances used here?
Did you leave any space for the appliances or are they in tight? If I would build this,
isn't necessary to leave any significant space either above or behind the appliances?
Any space for the appliances?...Counter over appliances
“Back splash” — kendrabrunetti
Inside Out Colour and Design
Californian Bungalow Makeover
white appliances...Appliances in the laundry...Elevated appliances...Laundry appliance height...Raised appliances...raised appliances drawers underneath
“White under machine storage” — troll1
K & K Custom Cabinets LLC
6 Reviews
Low Country
laundry room. Like the idea of using fabric to conceal the appliances and I like the windows
use of laundry appliances with counter over top
good point...hide the appliances...Simple curtains to hide appliances
“Table and stools” — cebeers2005
Josephine Design LLC
Josephine Design
Touch up appliances. Years of use can create all sorts of stains and scratches on the once-pristine finish of your washer and dryer. If new appliances are not
a product designed for the task, like the Appliance Enamel paint from Rust-Oleum. You can also use appliance paint on worn-out finishes in the kitchen
things that makes life so much easier — plus, you can always take the appliances with you when you leave, or sell them. If there are no hookups, and you
out the hoses to help them work more efficiently, and perhaps even use appliance paint to touch up worn surfaces.
“Set up” — cwillis2k
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