6 Creative Ways to Design Your Laundry Room and Save Your Back

Laundry room design ideas come in all shapes and sizes—and heights. Simply stacking your washer and dryer, setting them atop matching pedestal drawers from the manufacturer, or laying a countertop on a side-by-side pair is just the beginning. There are practically endless ways to raise your appliances and make every load lighter on your back.

Clever interior designers (and homeowners) have solutions that go beyond the expected. Whether custom built or DIY, platform and cabinet designs can elevate your washer and dryer both in terms of how they look and how comfortable they are for you to use.

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Induction vs Electric Cooktop: Faster Than Gas?

Induction vs electric cooktop is the key question when you’re looking to buy a new smooth-top stove. They look the same, with their flat glass-ceramic surface, but the experience of cooking on them is very different. And you’ll notice pretty quickly that there’s a big difference in how much they cost. We think the speed, responsiveness, and safety of induction makes it worth its premium price.

In this guide, we’ll answer all your questions about induction cooking and touch on the reasons why we think induction cooktops and induction ranges deserve a boost in popularity, from their responsiveness to their energy savings.

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The Best Front Load Washers of 2022

A front load washer looks sleek and stylish in your laundry room. But is it the right kind of washer for you? You might be wondering how effective front load washers truly are, given that undermaintained front loaders have always had problems with mold, mildew, and sometimes bacterial contaminants.

Like any other appliance or pretty much anything in life, a front load washing machine has advantages and disadvantages. For starters, it’s ideal for people who want a stackable washer and dryer solution to save space.

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Maplewood, New Jersey Kitchen Remodel: How One Couple Got the English Country Look for Less

When Ryan and Tracy Flanagan purchased a nearly 100-year-old Tudor-style home in Maplewood, they knew the kitchen wouldn’t make it for even another five. "The floor tiles were cracked, the cabinets were chipped, and it was this drab yellowish-beige color," Ryan recalls. There was also asbestos in the walls, a fact they didn’t realize until after demolition had begun.

Though their motivation for embarking on a proper refurbishment was to maximize the ease and convenience of modern life, there was also a visual component. "The rest of the house feels very true to the Tudor style," says designer Carly Gockeler of KraftMaster Renovations, in Chatham. "The kitchen just wasn’t up to the standard of the rest of the home."

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The Best Ventless Dryers, Reviewed (2022)

A ventless dryer opens up a world of laundry options for people who don’t have the space or vent access to install a traditional type of dryer. They’re ideal for urban apartments and condo spaces, or as a second laundry pair in larger homes.

Ventless dryers step in when a vented gas or electric dryer isn’t an option for you. They require no ventilation to the outdoors, so they can go anywhere you have an electrical outlet. They’re stackable with a washer to save you space, and they’ll fit in a closet.

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How to Prepare for Your Range Hood Installation

Range hood installation is one of the last steps in any kitchen project. Congratulations! If you’re getting ready to take delivery of your new range hood, you’ll be cooking in no time.

But a range hood is one of the trickiest kitchen appliances to get right. Even when you’re working with an expert, there are so many factors to consider that it’s leave something out or get it wrong.

That’s why we’ve put together this pre-installation questionnaire. Before your range hood arrives, you’ve got time to double-check all the details and ensure you ordered everything you need. It’s actually hard to know all these answers in advance—that’s why we recommend confirming the details now.

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Ayesha Curry Home Collection

Ayesha Curry Home Collection

This Ayesha Curry cookware set was good in overall performance.

This is a 11 -piece set.

It includes 8.5 & 10 in. frypans, 1.5 & 2 qt covered saucepans, 3 qt covered saute pan, 6 qt covered stockpot, spatula.

Made from stainless steel.

Dishwasher-safe.

Oven safe to 500 ° F.

Can be used on an induction cooktop.

Has a lifetime warranty.

Set Each set includes at least a saucepan, a frying pan, and a stockpot.

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How well a wall oven bakes, broils, and self-cleans

Single and double-oven wall

Single and double-oven wall ovens you’ll find out how well a wall oven bakes, broils, and self-cleans.

Empava Horno eléctrico de una sola pared de 24 pulgadas, 10 funciones de cocción de lujo 360° con control táctil sensible en acero inoxidable

With a 2-year limited warranty from USA-based manufacturing, it doubles the industry standard warranty for a gas wall oven of exceptional quality. Compatible to install above any 24-inch Empava.

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Duxtop induction heater

The Duxtop induction heater uses 120 volts, 15 amps of electricity, standard in all homes. Lightweight and compact for easy handling and storage.

Digital control panel

Built-in digital timer, features 5 up to 170 minute increments, 10 temperature ranges from 140F to 460F; 10 power levels from 200 to 1800 W; 6 foot cord.

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How To Make Pizza On Your Barbecue

Contents

  • 1 Barbecue Pizza! Why barbecue a pizza? The simple answer is fast cooking.
  • 2 Here are three ways that you can make pizza on a barbecue.
  • 3 Use a wooden peel
  • 4 The third way is to use a pizza stone on your barbecue

Barbecue Pizza! Why barbecue a pizza? The simple answer is fast cooking.

To make great pizza your pizza should cook fast and fast cooking is one of the secrets to making a perfect pizza pie.

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