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Sourcing Kitchen Inspiration from Sub-Zero and Wolf Showrooms

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Sourcing Kitchen Inspiration from Sub-Zero and Wolf Showrooms

Remodelista Team May 08, 2013

Ever torn a photo of a dream kitchen from a magazine? Or bookmarked the perfect pantry while perusing Pinterest? Or taken your contractor to your best friend’s house to look at cabinets? We are all familiar with these methods of gathering inspiration and ideas for a kitchen upgrade or remodel. Here’s an idea that should be added to the inspiration source list: a visit to your nearest Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom

Above: Think of Sub-Zero and Wolf showrooms as life-size laboratories of kitchen appliances and design ideas, with the added bonus of referrals to dealers and builders, designers, and architects. Use the Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom Locator to find the one closest to you.

Above: A kitchen at the Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom in the Chicago Merchandise Mart features textured panels on the refrigerator and range hood. Image via LuxeHome.

Above: Showroom kitchens can inspire new ideas, like using Sub-Zero Refrigerator Drawers in a kitchen island for extra storage.

Above: Showroom kitchens can challenge assumptions: Here, a Wolf 48-inch Gas Range is slotted into a small space.

Above: In the Sub-Zero and Wolf showroom in Dallas, a red counter brightens a kitchen. Don’t live close to a showroom? Consider adding a visit during your next big city trip. Check the Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom Locator.

Brought to you by Sub-Zero and Wolf, your food preservation and cooking specialists.

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