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3 Great Laundry Room Upgrades: Which One do You Wish You Had?

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Laundry organization ideas

All three of these projects will make your laundry room stylish — but which is your favorite? Images: Brook from BeingBrook.com; Laura from Inspiration for Moms; Angela Ploetz, Professional Organizer from Girlfriends Get Organized

Vote for your favorite laundry room organization project or two, and please share a picture of your own sad or saved laundry room in our comments section.

Elegant drying rack: This Inspiration For Moms tutorial teaches you how to make an expensive-looking, wall-mounted drying rack for only $55.

Drying rack

Credit: Laura from Inspiration for Moms

Pegboard organizer: You’ll never again leave mops lying around your laundry room floor after you build this pegboard organizer featured in a Girlfriends Get Organized post.

Pegboard

Credit: Angela Ploetz, Professional Organizer/Girlfriends Get Organized

Laundry basket dresser: Being Brook’s dresser, made from wood and laundry baskets, makes sorting and putting away clean clothes faster and easier.

Laundry basket dresser

Credit: Brook from BeingBrook.com

OK, now it’s voting time. Be sure to let us know why it’s your favorite in the comments section, below.

lisa-kaplan-gordon Lisa Kaplan Gordon

is an avid gardener, a member of the Fairfax County Master Gardeners Association, and a builder of luxury homes in McLean, Va. She’s been a Homes editor for Gannett News Service and has reviewed home improvement products for AOL. Follow Lisa on Google+.

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