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Taking the Chore Out of Laundry

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 4/1/17 1:37 PM

When you think about doing the laundry, what do you picture?

Lugging a huge pile of dirty clothes into a damp, dimly-lit basement? Your washer and dryer shoved away in some dark corner?

But doing the laundry doesn't have to be a chore. Today's laundry rooms are often designed with style and convenience in mind. Let's take a look at a few laundry room design and laundry room storage ideas to make things easier the next time you need to do a load of wash.

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Mud Room Design and Organization

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 4/16/16 3:52 PM

Coats, hats and umbrellas … shoes, boots and backpacks … dog leashes & toys  —  they all need a home!

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New Home Trends for 2015

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 6/6/15 12:06 PM

 

A functional and organized closet is on the wish list of many new homeowners.

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Laundry-Room: A love-hate relationship

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 5/13/15 2:52 PM

On any given day, 28 million Americans are doing laundry-related chores, according to research done by the Whirlpool Corporation.  A laundry-room is a key focus for many homeowners, with purchases of high-end washers and dryers leading the way.  In 2009 alone, manufacturers shipped more than 14.3 million washers and dryers to appliance stores.

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Is it Time to Call in the Pros?

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 4/3/14 4:36 PM

Frequently Asked Questions about Professional Organizers
To determine what is right for you and your situation, ask yourself these questions.  You may not know the answers yet, but organizers you contact can help you determine the answers.  Look for pros with NAPO credentials (the National Association of Professional Organizers).

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