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Charlotte: The US versions of stackable washer/dryer units have the controls in the middle where we normal sized people can reach them. However, they are usually smaller capacity & obviously if one part goes bad the whole thing needs to be tossed. I never understood having the full sized units stacked as I wouldn't be able to put the laundry in, no less turn it on. To make the single units that can be stacked easier to use the manufacturer would have to make 2 versions and they won't cos it would cost them more money I assume.

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Connie Rodriguez

Example #1 is so beautiful! You'll want to look at the entire project link to see the whole home.

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and behind door #4 is.............................?

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