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  • When remodeling a tight space like this, it’s the little touches that make the biggest difference:
    Heather cut a pom-pom-fringed tablecloth in half and sewed curtain rings onto the hem. When she’s not doing laundry, she closes the curtain.

    A concrete countertop does double duty as a bar or table for folding.

    A simple narrow cart holds detergent and everday cleaning supplies, keeping household items below the counter and wet bar supplies above it.

    A carpenter built a platform to raise the height of the washer and dryer, saving Heather from deep knee bends.

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