Finally, a fully functional laundry room!
The laundry room is often the messiest room in the house. With all the detergents, dirty laundry waiting to be washed, clean laundry waiting to be folded, and clothes still lying around waiting to be picked up, this room is a real nightmare. Fall is the perfect time to reorganize it and finally sort out the mess for good.
Can’t wait to get a few cabinets!
If you have a separate room, don’t hesitate to install a few cabinets above your appliances or anywhere space allows to store your detergents, as well as all your DIY and wrapping items. If you have side-by-side front-loading washers and dryers, simply fit a granite, marble, or even Arborite countertop above them. This gives you an ergonomic working area to fold and stack your clothes before putting them away. To make life simpler, it’s a good idea to have a different clothes basket for every member of the family. This will make sorting much easier!
Make room for a tidy home!
What if you don’t have enough space to install boxes? Well, don’t worry, there are plenty of other storage solutions, including our 15-cube stackable organizer, which offers ample space to store all your stuff. A four-shelf storage unit is also a convenient storage solution for various items, such as your laundry hampers and sewing kits.
Our three-drawer roller storage unit has enough space to store all your items discreetly.
And, of course, you can always install a decorative shelf at any height. Depending on the layout of your laundry room, choose from a number of styles, including a concrete finish shelf or a beautiful rustic barnwood shelf.
Drying clothes naturally
Drying clothes naturally, rather than machine drying, clearly not only saves power, but is also the only option for some fabrics like wool and silk.
If space is limited, no need for a foldable drying rack. Why not simply use a strong metal rail fixed between your cabinets or at a sufficient height above your washer and dryer? You’ll just need a two-step stepladder to hang out your laundry.
You can also install space-saving hanger hooks behind the door, which are very useful for drying shirts and blouses.
Conceal your ironing board
We all need an ironing board, but we often don’t know where to store it and unfortunately it just clutters the place up. We’ve solved the problem at minimum cost... Just attach two hooks to the wall behind the door about 30 cm apart. The perfect place to hang your ironing board. And as for the iron, you could store it in a wall-mounted container like this discreet wooden bin. A simple and effective solution!
Store your articles in baskets!
More importantly, what’s the point of shelves and racks if you don’t have baskets to store and organize all your stuff? Baskets come in all shapes and sizes to store your small items.