NWDC Resident's Profile
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I have the second option, and it works really well. It takes a minute or two to get it set up when you need to use it, but it holds SO much. It gives you the option to hang things on a hanger to dry, to lay several things flat, or else to use the bottom part to line dry clothes. It takes up a decent amount of space once it's all set up, but it folds up so that I'm able to store it next to my washer/dryer in my apartment.
5 Drying Racks for Life Without a Dryer Renters Solutions
|3/27/13 10:45 AM|
I also live in DC, and a house a few houses fown from the alley where I turn to park behind my condo was painted VERY bright yellow last year, and I actually like that I can tell exactly where I need to turn to get into the alley when I'm coming from that direction! I also think it lends itself to the charm of my neighborhood.
Neighborhood Etiquette: When Personal Style Becomes Public
|7/31/12 11:44 AM|