How Martha Stewart organizes the laundry room
7. Treat the bathroom like a real room You cant renovate it or change the tile, but you can add some interest to your bathroom. Huerta bought a vintage wooden grape crate on Etsy and hung it on the wall for extra storage. Using a tiny Oriental rug instead of a pastel cotton bath rug classes up the place. Huerta bought a vintage wooden grape crate for her bathroom.
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I mixed gesso for gilding projects, and I helped Mother dry Dad’s socks on metal sock forms and Mom’s kid gloves on beautiful size 7 glove stretchers. These days, even when laundry-room activities are clearly focused on just caring for and maintaining clothes, it can be hard to keep the space organized. But that will change when you outfit the laundry room or closet with a few key supplies and adopt some smart strategies. It can be fitted with stackable appliances, and sinks can be built into clever storage cabinets containing everything one needs for the tasks of washing, ironing, folding, and sorting.
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