Laundry rooms probably aren’t your favorite part of your house. But if you are raising a family you likely find yourself spending time in it more often than you’d like. So why not make it a room you enjoy?
We allocate a lot of time and effort to designing our kitchens and other parts of our homes.
But we tend to neglect the laundry room, regardless of the fact that we might also spend time there washing and ironing.
Laundry rooms can be a yawning mess. Seems easy enough, right? Pull everything out, organize, and put everything away. But, there’s so much more to being organized in the laundry room. Before you dive into organizing the laundry room, there are a few cleaning tasks you should complete first.
Laundry room makeover ideas don’t have to be expensive or time-consuming. Small changes can have a big impact, and improve the functionality of the space at the same time.
In most cases, laundry rooms are disorganized and filled with clutter, dirty clothes, linen, and often, other items that shouldn’t even be there. Your laundry should be organized to maximize space.
It is also easier to find items that you need if they’re properly stored. An organized laundry room will also hold more items than those that are left in chaos.
Aside from being functional, why can’t laundry rooms be beautiful? If you’re thinking of selling your home, a good-looking laundry will increase its value.
Not to mention the pleasant feeling you get even if you’re doing the mundane task of washing clothes. Does your laundry area need a makeover?
These ideas will help improve the functionality of your laundry rooms!
A laundry stacker is usually a piece of furniture that has a vertical space for storing and organizing laundry.
The specific design of these laundry storage units is such that it allows for the separation of clothes by color, type, and category. Laundry stackers are a great space saver and a great way to organize your laundry room.
Laundry hangers are very helpful when you opt to do your laundry by hand. Using hangers will enable you to have your laundry line drying in no time. This method is also helpful to save money on electricity.
A wall-mounted drying rack is an excellent alternative to a traditional hanging clothesline. Imagine your laundry room with a simple and convenient drying rack mounted to the wall. Now you have easy access to your dry clothes.
You no longer have to walk to the backyard or basement to hang your clothes outside. Your hanging clothes are now located in your laundry room. You will spend less time hanging your clothes, and more time relaxing.
Laundry sorters, also called Laundry/utility carts, are a great way to organize your laundry room. They’re great for sorting dirty clothes and keeping whites and colors separate.
They’re also great for holding baskets and bins that you use to store laundry products and supplies.
Most people think that laundry rooms are just a place to put dirty clothes, but that is not true. A laundry room is also your storage place for detergents, stain removers, and all of the other stuff that you need to clean your clothes.
That is why you should have laundry shelves to help you organize your laundry room.
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