Laundry RoomTransitional Laundry Room, Minneapolis
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
To brighten up a ceiling in a dim room such as a laundry room or den, try replacing a flush-mount ceiling light or a pendant with a semi-flush light that hangs just a little below the ceiling. This will diffuse the light across the ceiling to almost simulate the glowing effect of a skylight.
3. Decontaminate — think Silkwood. If you’ve been doing yard work or you walked by one of those incredibly annoying leaf blowers making clouds of pollen and dirt while blowing one leaf from one part of the yard to the other (can someone please ban leaf blowers from planet Earth for me? Thanks in advance), you’ll need to get the pollen off your body and your clothes. Otherwise you’ll spread pollen all over the house. Do not sit down; you need to strip. Go to the laundry room and put what you can right into the washer or hamper.