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Q: I just moved into my first big-girl apartment post college, an 800 square foot apartment in a converted historic house. I've been saving up for a washer and dryer set, and finally got one last week! My washer and dryer hook-ups are in my already small kitchen, unfortunately, and the appliances are a bit unsightly since they're used. I was wondering if there would be a smart way to hide them that wouldn't make it a pain in the butt when I go to do laundry? I considered a "sink curtain," but it will still leave the top exposed and I'm wondering if it will be in the way. Would love some words of wisdom!
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