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Q: What do you think of an upper-level laundry?

Tamara says....
Although a basement laundry has its obvious drawbacks, so does an upper- or “bedroom”-level laundry. Noise and vibration are sometimes an issue (even with the so-called quiet models), and most units are stored behind sliding doors, so the laundry tends to pile up in and around the area. A main-floor laundry seems to be a great solution for people who can spare the space.

Tamara Chiarello's interior design company, In Vision, does both residential and commercial work. Send her your decorating questions here.