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  • Deanna Beaton

    A laundry center. It's like a whole fancy schmancy laundry room for normal people. Brilliant!

  • Frugal Decorating Diva

    Create a Laundry Center Simplify laundry day with a screen made from two sets of bifold doors hinged together. Dress up the doors with paint and wallpaper, then use hooks and an over-the-door caddy to store cleaning essentials. Add a framed stain-removal chart for handy reference. Dress up your frame with paint and a fabric-covered mat

  • Dawn Pegram

    CHECK OUT THE ORANGE PENNY!!!Create a Laundry Center. This laundry bag would be cute... #laundry #organization

  • Bailee Gant

    Create a Laundry Center- ironing cart with laundry baskets

  • Irene J

    Laundry area. Idea using old room dividers.

  • Mahalia

    another room divider idea...two bifold doors put together...

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