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Designing a Laundry Room

Designing a Laundry Room
News from courierjournal:

When purchasing a home, buyers often look at the kitchen space and how many bedrooms there are, while largely ignoring other rooms, including the laundry room. Oftentimes, the washer and dryer are relegated to a dark corner of the basement or garage, and homeowners simply accept their laundry lot.

More and more manufacturers now produce washers and dryers that are both functional and aesthetically appealing. As a result, homeowners and renters need not feel they have to hide laundry rooms like they did in the past. Having the laundry nearby the family action — and paying attention to laundry room design — can make the work of keeping clothes tidy that much easier.

Many designers would agree that you need not sacrifice style for function in a laundry room. As with any other area of the house, impart design elements into the room and make it a room in which you want to spend time.

• First and foremost, select appliances that offer the features you need and want. Also, find appliances that fit the space you have. Front-loading appliances have become the latest must-have, but some units may be too big or expensive for your space. Those with a limited area for laundry can invest in a stackable set, in which the washer and dryer are combined into one vertical unit. For those who want to…………… continues on courierjournal

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Residents in Need of Donations Following Flood
News from WKEF ABC 22:

Tuesday, May 27 2014, 09:12 PM EDT

Residents in Need of Donations Following Flood

CLARK COUNTY — Donations have been pouring in for some Clark County residents who are still struggling from last week’s severe flooding.

Laynecrest Manor Apartments in Bethel Township had to be evacuated after the complex flooded with four feet of water.  Many residents were left with nothing, and several families are still needing help.

Donations can be dropped off at Medway Elementary School for 4-7 pm every day this week through Friday.

Residents need items like laundry detergent, personal hygiene products, cleaning supplies and baby products like diapers and wipes.Residents in Need of Donations Following Flood

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