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Laundry room that's "almost a joy" to work in.

It's almost a joy to work in this laundry room, with its bright surfaces, generous light, and carefully thought-out built-ins. Part of a larger addition, the room is located off a hallway leading to a new master suite. Oakland architect Harry Jacobs eked out space for the 7- by 14-foot room by pushing the rear wall 3 feet into the garage. Double pocket doors can seal off noise and clutter or open the room to the hallway and garden beyond. 1-1
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Date:Jun 1, 1990
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