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    • Jen Golla

      Once a tiny bedroom, the laundry room houses a touch of Tere's own history—her grandmother's washboards. The baskets are from Kmart and World Market. #laundryroom

    • Erin Brush

      Laundry Room Organization | Renovating a Historic Home in Mississippi | Country Living

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    • Tanya Galewski

      Mud Room Ideas - Decorating a Mud or Laundry Room - Country Living

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