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    • Lucy Roberts Real Estate

      Each person has their own basket for laundry. Plus one for towels and one for sheets. The kids also have a basket for their other junk. Hats, gloves, papers, toys, anything of theirs left strewn on the floor. The little labels are a 2.5 x 3.5 pieces of wood I cut with the chop saw and painted black. Then I used my silhouette to cut labels in vinyl.

    • Shelle Perry

      neat laundry organization idea

    • Jessica Werner-Silver

      BeingBrook: Ana White Brook Laundry Basket Dresser. Great idea for a laundry room.

    • Maria Avalos

      Love this laundry room organization idea

    • Lisa Greene

      storage solutions AWESOME IDEA would be great for toys even.

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