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  • Rosina O'Tool

    SO wish I had a laundry room for this idea! Change an old entertainment center into a handy laundry station. Apply a fresh coat of pain, install a hanging rod in one of the tallest sections to function as storage and a place to drip-dry delicates. Baskets offer organized storage for ironing supplies, lazy susan keeps cleaning supplies within reach.

  • Alyssa Brandner

    DIY Furniture Transformations - A Fresh Start | Transform your waste-of-space entertainment center into a handy, hardworking laundry station. After applying a fresh coat of paint, install a hanging rod in one of the tallest sections to function as storage and a place to drip-dry delicates. Baskets offer organized storage for ironing supplies and other necessities. A lazy Susan keeps cleaning supplies within reach.

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