Hampers are notorious for being somewhat of an eyesore, but these pretty woven baskets turn that notion on its head. Handmade in Senegal, they make an attractive — and functional — accent to any room.

Hampers are notorious for being somewhat of an eyesore, but these pretty woven baskets turn that notion on its head. Handmade in Senegal, they make an attractive — and functional — accent to any room.

7. Fight stains and dirt with natural products. Before you reach for that stain-removing stick or bottle of chlorine bleach, try something gentler. Cornstarch and baking soda both work well to soak up oily stains; hydrogen peroxide can take the place of bleach (it's the main ingredient in most non-chlorine bleach products); and white vinegar is great for removing stains and ground-in dirt.

7. Fight stains and dirt with natural products. Before you reach for that stain-removing stick or bottle of chlorine bleach, try something gentler. Cornstarch and baking soda both work well to soak up oily stains; hydrogen peroxide can take the place of bleach (it's the main ingredient in most non-chlorine bleach products); and white vinegar is great for removing stains and ground-in dirt.

LAUNDRY ROOM – Another great design idea for a well-functioning laundry room. The unadorned laundry room eclectic los angeles Kelley & Company Home

LAUNDRY ROOM – Another great design idea for a well-functioning laundry room. The unadorned laundry room eclectic los angeles Kelley & Company Home

amazing utility sink and stainless steel storage shelving, also love the laundry basket storage

amazing utility sink and stainless steel storage shelving, also love the laundry basket storage

Fight stains and dirt with natural products. Before you reach for that stain-removing stick or bottle of chlorine bleach, try something gentler. Cornstarch and baking soda both work well to soak up oily stains; hydrogen peroxide can take the place of bleach (it's the main ingredient in most non-chlorine bleach products); and white vinegar is great for removing stains and ground-in dirt.

Fight stains and dirt with natural products. Before you reach for that stain-removing stick or bottle of chlorine bleach, try something gentler. Cornstarch and baking soda both work well to soak up oily stains; hydrogen peroxide can take the place of bleach (it's the main ingredient in most non-chlorine bleach products); and white vinegar is great for removing stains and ground-in dirt.

I don't hand laundry much, but I could think of some really great things to hang from these cute little birdies

I don't hand laundry much, but I could think of some really great things to hang from these cute little birdies

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