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Key Measurements to Help You Design Your Kitchen

Get the ideal kitchen setup by understanding spatial relationships, building dimensions and work zones Full Story
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Steven Corley Randel, Architect
@Lida Horaitou, I think that will be all right. 55cm is about 21". American standards place the upper cupboard about 18" plus above the countertop.
June 24, 2014 at 11:40pm     
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corning55
Silvo, I agree with the stove top in the island. One of my houses in the past that I designed and had built had such an island. The builder balked but I insisted and was so glad! I loved it. Had a pop up vent to the outside so no vent hood to deal with. It was just perfect. Friends could sit on the bar stools across from me while I cooked. Wish i still lived there.
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Key Measurements to Make the Most of Your Bathroom

Fit everything comfortably in a small or medium-size bath by knowing standard dimensions for fixtures and clearances Full Story
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rnsmcdonough
This is soooo helpful. I am in the process of renovating 2 bathrooms and giving one a shower/tub combo. Existing plumbing puts the vanity next to the alcove tub. How much space should I leave between the tub and vanity edge?
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@rnsmcdonough, I am not sure I understand exactly. Do you mean the sink is next to the tub or across from it?
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Key Measurements for a Dream Laundry Room

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karolinepc
Thanks minperkins for that thought. I was thinking about that as I looked at all the pics with washer and dryers that had countertops built in. It locks you in to certain dimensions of washers and dryers.
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mandyf21
my laundry is at the back of the garage - attached to the house but accessed from the sliding door in the family room, across the patio and you are there, approx 5 steps. I have at times wished for an internal laundry but have been grateful for my external laundry many times. The dog food lives there, the dog sleeps there, small garden equipment lives there (secateurs, gloves, weeding fork), chemicals live there. I can dump muddy sports gear, soiled linen when kids were sick, soak clothes in the tub and it is all away from the rest of the house. Last week when the tap had leaked from the washing machine it meant I didn't have a wet soggy inside mess to rectify. Living in NSW Australia I rarely use the dryer - mostly hang washing under cover of pergola - doesn't get wet if it rains, doesn't fade in the sun and can stay out for a couple of days if I am busy and don't get back to it. Sometimes it is just too hot and bright to be bothered going to the clothesline in the backyard. Love the smell of washing sun dried - very lucky that I am able to this.
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