40 sub zero bi-30u Laundry Room Design Photos

Choice Wood Company
Island Prairie
Ideabooks11,518
Questions11
did u buid your own platform?
foundation for wash/dry. sub out tile for it
“Woof! Lol” — jeramy2
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Wetmore
Ideabooks4,759
Questions8
Rohl Farm sink 30"x18" Here is the link http://www.rohlhome.com/Kitchen/Product_Detail.aspx?ProductID=19668&Collection=468&SubCollection=469&ConnectionString="Product.Sinks$S$Shaws Sinks$P$$C$0"
“nice kitchen sink” — reu1414
Tarallo Kitchen and Bath, Inc.
1 Review
Pound Ridge, Laundry Room
Ideabooks110K
Questions26
You can stack most front loaders wit a $20-30 stacking kit. I just bought and stacked the largest LG front loaders and it saves more space. I would like to do something similar to this layout.
PARTEA DE SUB TAVAM-MARGINEA
“Closet space and sink, stacked w/d” — catandchris28
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Los Altos Hills Home Rebuilt
Ideabooks3
Questions0
bar. The espresso machine is handmade by Salvatore Espresso. It is plumbed in and drains into the plumbing for the powder room. The owner also added Sub-Zero freezer drawers between the 2 wine refrigerators. The tiles on the wall are painted with coffee or wine themes. Over the laundry and dog grooming
Bob Michels Construction, Inc.
18 Reviews
Laundry Room
Ideabooks1,676
Questions2
resawn timbers, hand scraped walnut floors from Manomin Resawn Timbers, faux painted ceiling, Dura Supreme Cabinetry in 'rustic cherry', viking and sub-zero appliances. FREE Dura Supreme Brochure Packet: http://www.durasupreme.com/request-brochure
resawn timbers, hand scraped walnut floors from Manomin Resawn Timbers, faux painted ceiling, Dura Supreme Cabinetry in 'rustic cherry', viking and sub-zero appliances. Request a FREE Dura Supreme Brochure Packet: http://www.durasupreme.com/request-brochure
“perfect laundry bath” — heddafo
Jeff Gilman Woodworking Inc.
5 Reviews
Mississippi Grand Estate
Ideabooks3
Questions0
30 inch wide
Artisan Kitchens LLC
10 Reviews
Master bath / laundry
Ideabooks10,647
Questions5
and said "yep, its insulated" and then asked the contractor for the inspection card to sign. took all of 30 seconds, and no checks of r values, ventilation gaps, missing insulation, ect. the sub-contractor could have stripped the insulation in half (seen it done before) and done the job for half the
that a building inspector "inspects" a project-they do not. They often just look briefly at a few items, because they know that ultimatly they have zero responsibility---you can thank the legal concept of sovereign immunity. But, if they say it is code and it is required in the actual code text, then
“Doors” — perfecthouse1
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