Bungalow ChicTransitional Laundry Room, Minneapolis

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Transitional dedicated laundry room photo in Minneapolis with flat-panel cabinets, blue cabinets, a drop-in sink, a side-by-side washer/dryer, laminate countertops and beige countertops —  Houzz
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This photo has 7 questions
hamac wrote:Mar 5, 2014
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    Nor-Son, Inc.
    Thank you for asking! The paint color is Benjamin Moore Thunder #AF-685 with an eggshell finish.
  • jakethegr8
    What color are the cabinets?

    Is the wall color thunder by BM?

    What kind of countertop is that?

    Thank you!!
mkacknor wrote:Jul 2, 2014
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    Nor-Son, Inc.
    Thanks for your inquiry, but we don't have that information.
  • MJ Chewning

    I did a "detergent tin" search on amazon.com and they have several

magic4sure wrote:Jul 24, 2016
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    Nor-Son, Inc.

    Thank you for your inquiry! Unfortunately, we do not have that information.

p a g e wrote:Apr 9, 2015
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    Nor-Son, Inc.

    I'm not sure why this image showed up on your search. No, there isn't a hot water heater hidden within this photo.

katiebops wrote:Nov 5, 2014
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    Nor-Son, Inc.
    They are a veneer cabinet by Crystal, color Pionite - Surfin USA.
Marijo McCune wrote:May 11, 2014
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    Nor-Son, Inc.
    Thank you for your inquiry. They are Samsung.
newgoreshome wrote:Apr 1, 2014
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    Nor-Son, Inc.
    Thanks for your question! The total square footage for this room is 169 sq. ft.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Shana Levy McCracken added this to How to Care for Your Clothes to Make Them Last LongerMar 5, 2017

2. Use a gentle detergent, and less of it. Most of us use more detergent than we need to. We could cut our usage in half or more and still get our clothes clean. Although it’s counterintuitive, using more detergent can actually leave your laundry dirtier. The reason is that the excess suds don’t rinse away and neither do the bacteria and dirt they hold. As a result, we either wear dirty clothes or we wash them more to get them clean. (Even worse, we add more detergent the next time!)Since learning about this, I started filling the soap receptacle in our washing machine no more than halfway to the “normal load” line. For whites and other loads that may need a boost, I add a little color-safe bleach. Even with both of these liquids added, I’m usually not all the way up to the normal line. Our clothes and towels come out just fine. Second, be sure to use a gentle detergent, which causes less wear on the fibers of your clothing. There are plenty of good brands out there — formulas made for baby clothes tend to be the least harsh.

Marianne Lipanovich added this to How to Clean Your Washing MachineNov 10, 2016

4. Pause the washing machine and let it sit for an hour. Dip a microfiber cloth into the soaking solution, wring it out and use it to clean the top of the drum and agitator (where the water doesn’t reach) and the inside of the lid. If you can remove the bleach and fabric softener dispensers, do so and clean the areas beneath them with the cloth and cleaning solution as well. If they are fixed in place, clean them and the area around them. Brucia says that using vinegar to clean a washing machine will help eliminate the detergent buildup.Finally, clean the control panel and the outside of the machine with the cleaning solution or an all-purpose spray. Use a dry microfiber cloth to dry and polish the surfaces. 5. Restart the machine and finish the cycle. “You won’t smell the vinegar, but if you do, simply add another rinse cycle,” Rapinchuk says.Find laundry hampers in the Houzz Shop

Laura Gaskill added this to 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Laundry RoomApr 29, 2014

Day 3: Get organized.Decluttering tasks: With your laundry room clean and decluttered, it should be much easier to get organized.Sort products into two categories: daily use and stain fighting or specialty products. If you have a choice, store the products you use daily (like detergent) closest to the washer and less frequently used items on a higher shelf.If you do hand washing at a sink in the laundry room, put the soap and any other supplies you use beside the sink.Open baskets and trays are quite useful for corralling groups of products — not only do they look attractive, but they make it easier to grab exactly what you need (for example, the stain-fighting kit) because you won’t have to rummage around on a crowded shelf.Make a dedicated place for stuff that comes out of pockets, like a small bowl placed atop the dryer.Be sure you have a small wastebasket at hand for lint balls and dryer sheets.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

gdeluca added this to Owen Glen Home SpecsNov 24, 2019

Laundry: Top load washer, front load dryer, sink with cabinets and shelving

Rona added this to laundry roomOct 23, 2019

Shelving space over the top load washing machine

Rona added this to Lina'sOct 22, 2019

I like the laundry products being on a shelf above the machines, between cabinets

Kristi Donoho added this to KitchenSep 29, 2019

Simple laundry room. Will have a top loader washer

Crystal Warden added this to My ideasAug 26, 2019

Like simple shelf over washer with cabinets on both sides

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