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  • Melissa Rohde

    ENTIRE house before/after redecorating and organizing. Great organization ideas. Plus - love the idea of a fun rug in the laundry room

  • Stephanie Carlson

    ENTIRE house before/after redecorating and organizing. No renovation now read later. Great organization ideas. I like the colorful rug in the laundry room. Usually such a blah space.

  • Jennifer Ponce Wilson

    ENTIRE house before/after redecorating and organizing. No renovation required. Great organization ideas. Love the bright rug in the laundry room.

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