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The Laundry Room in Jax Taylor & Brittany Cartwright’s New House Is Pristine

The Vanderpump Rules couple are taking neatness to a whole new level.

By Courtney Thompson

In case you missed it, we’re in the midst of a housing boom among the Vanderpump Rules crew: First Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix purchased a $2 million stunner, then Katie Maloney-Schwartz and Tom Schwartz followed suit nearby, as did Jax Taylor & Brittany Cartwright and Kristen Doute, too. (Even Scheana Shay got in on the real estate action, albeit in Palm Springs.)

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Now that they’re all settled, the new homeowners are beautifying their houses, and creating tidy, organized spaces is on the top of their to-do lists. Who do they go to when they’re in need of some organization know-how? SoCal’s version of Marie Kondo, of course.

Home on Point’s Shantel Arnold is whipping lots of the Vanderpump Rules houses into shape — so far she’s tackled Kristen’s kitchens and closets, Lala Kent’s playroom and bathroom, and now she’s making her way through Jax and Britt’s beautiful home. First up was the newlyweds’ pantry, and then over the weekend, Arnold revealed how she “made it nice” in their farmhouse-style laundry room.

Loved working with @brittany and @mrjaxtaylor on their gorgeous new home,” Arnold wrote on Instagram. “The laundry room and linen closet was a breeze with these already neat freak clients that have a knack for organizing! We refreshed with some labels, bins, categorizing and voila!!!”

Awash in a black-and-white color scheme, the Cauchis' (that’s Jax’s real last name, FYI) laundry room has a bold print tile on the floor (which is super on-trend right now) with coordinating black hardware throughout. The spacious area is chock full of pristine white cabinetry, which is where Arnold really went to work, filling each shelf and the linen closet with various baskets and bins to categorize the couple’s washcloths, lightbulbs, rags, and more. “Always put fitted sheets in a basket or bin… No one knows how to really fold those things!” advised Arnold.

What really sets the space apart though is the labels on each shelf and bin — ensuring everything will stay organized long after Arnold is gone!

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