If you’ve ever lived in an apartment that had off-site laundry, you know that having a washer and dryer inside your home is a huge bonus. Even the tiniest laundry space is a complete game changer for people who’ve been hoarding their quarters for the local laundromat. That said, the novelty of in-unit laundry can wear off pretty quickly if you have a small laundry room. Confined laundry space doesn’t seem capable of handling all the dirty clothes, lint piles and detergent drips. Sure, it’s better than hauling your soiled clothes up the block, but a small laundry room still makes this chore – well, a real chore.
You don’t have to suffer in your tiny space. With a few tips and tricks, you can transform your cramped clothes-cleaning quarters. Making the most of every nook and cranny frees up precious inches, helping you create room to breathe in your laundry room. Here are six hacks to maximize space in your small laundry room.
The laundry room is a very important part of your home, that’s why it’s essential to keep it well organized, tidy and functional to help keep your home running smoothly. If you don’t have a laundry room, you at least have a closet area or a nook somewhere in your home, all the more reason to help get in organized and working better for you. Open shelving can be very efficient for finding things, as long as you have things such as canisters and labelled baskets so that everything has its place and is neat and tidy. Having somewhere to store your dirty clothes is essential to the laundry process, whether you have a basket stored in your bedroom, or hanging from a hook on the wall in or next to your laundry area. Ideally, built-in cabinets or open shelving to store bins would be the most organized and functional way to sort your dirty clothes. If you have limited laundry room space, we have various clever solutions for you as you continue on through this article. If you need a drying rack to hang your delicates, there are plenty of ideas below, as well as innovative ways to conceal or hang your ironing board. Read on for some great tips below and prepare to be inspired (sources are at the end of the article listed in order by number). Enjoy and don’t forget to let us know which room most inspired you and why!
These laundry room organization ideas will help you save some space and organize all of your laundry stuff.
As you can see from the Home category in this blog, I have a lot of organization ideas because I love to see how all my stuff put together neatly in place and declutter some stuff that I don’t use anymore.
Plus seeing these organization pictures do give a good therapy for my eyes! ?
All of these laundry room organization ideas are a combination of hacks and tips to help you organize better!
It’s every homeowner or renter’s dream: a big airy laundry room, with washing machine, tumble dryer, empty laundry baskets, clothes neatly folded in colour co-ordinated piles... Unfortunately, the reality is that your average laundry room tends to be a much more modest affair. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be efficient, functional and good looking, as our handy laundry room storage ideas show.
I don't know about you, but my laundry room is a black hole in which I spend as little time as possible. It's dark, tiny, and dank... in other words, the complete opposite of all these awesome laundry room makeovers. If you're in a similar boat and looking for some serious inspiration, check out these laundry room ideas.