Long Island Appliances Demonstration with Sub-Zero Wolf
We’re excited to announce that Sub-Zero and Wolf Appliances will be hosting product demonstration classes on Long Island in the next few months! If you’re in the market for new kitchen appliances or already own a Sub-Zero or Wolf appliance and would like to get the maximum enjoyment out of them, these classes are for you!
This is your chance to see the newest and most exciting products in action as well as ask questions and receive guidance from product experts. The local appliance classes will take place in Roslyn Heights at 2 Lambert Street, Long Island, NY. (Note: For LI, NJ and NYC classes, call 1-888-327-0053 x5 to reserve a spot)
Cooking Demonstration: Enjoy a delicious chef’s dinner and have the opportunity to see Sub-Zero and Wolf products in action! This event is open to consumers. Keep in mind … some of these classes will focus on specific products.
08/09/16 6:00pm– 8:30pm – Ovens
09/13/16 6:00pm– 8:30pm – All Products
09/27/16 6:00pm– 8:30pm – Steam Oven
10/18/16 6:00pm– 8:30pm – Ovens
Use and Care Class for Kitchen Designs’ clients: If your appliances are installed, you can call and schedule your own use and care class and meet with an in-house corporate chef. We recommend taking this course once your Sub-Zero Wolf Product is installed. To register, you’ll need your model, serial number, and installation date. If you own a Wolf Convection Steam Oven, please arrive 1 hour early!
08/22/16 1:00pm– 2:00pm 6:00pm– 7:00pm
09/19/16 1:00pm– 2:00pm 6:00pm– 7:00pm
10/10/16 1:00pm– 2:00pm 6:00pm– 7:00pm
If you would like to attend a Cooking Demo or a Use and Care Class, please call 1-888-327-0053, Extension 5 and speak to Eileen to register. (Note there is also an appliance class series offered in Manhattan and New Jersey, call the same number for info.)
Laundry Room Layout Ideas
When planning the layout of the laundry room space, include as much cabinetry as possible for ample storage, a countertop folding area, good room lighting, and ideally a hanging area, a hamper area, a sink, and maybe some open shelves. You will want plenty of storage for accessories, linens, hampers, detergents, and cleaning supplies. An ideal laundry room includes room to fold clothes, iron, and store sewing and craft supplies for true convenience. Larger families often opt for a double set of washers and dryers. We also offer retractable clothes lines and hide-away ironing boards that are built into the cabinetry and then stored when not in use.