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How to Make the Most out of Your Laundry Room

By: Staff Published: April 8, 2019
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It’s safe to say that we all dread laundry day, and dealing with a disorganized laundry room can make the task even more unpleasant. We’re here to help with some quick tips that will instantly revamp your space and help you get organized:

1. Invest in hanging space.

If you have an unused wall in your laundry room, consider installing a hanging rod with open shelving to give you more storage. You can use this to store folded clothes or towels and as a drying rack for garments that have just been washed.

laundry shelf

Maximize a small laundry area with a wire shelf that doubles as hanging space.

2. Use decorative jars as storage.

Put laundry room essentials like detergent, baking soda and other household items in decorative glass jars to instantly upgrade your space. It will make the things you need easier to find and help your laundry room look more polished.

glass jars in laundry room

Streamline your laundry-day essentials in labeled jars like these. Source: Homedit

3. Make your own lint collector and dryer sheet dispenser.

If your laundry room has no space for a trash can, try making your own lint collector at home to avoid lint overload. Check out the DIY guide to making your own here. For dryer sheets, try making your own dispenser for a simple upgrade to your laundry room.

DIY dryer sheet dispenser

Blogger Sugar & Cloth made a simple dryer sheet dispenser out of a tissue-box cover.

4. Separate the space with curtains.

If your laundry room is tiny, consider using curtains to create more space and separate your laundry room into different areas. It can also act as a room divider and hide unsightly utilities when guests come over.

laundry room with curtain

Hide your washer and dryer with a tension rod and a curtain. Source: HGTV

5. Create more storage space with fabric bins.

Fabric bins can instantly create more storage space in your laundry room by giving all of your supplies their own place. Stow them on easy-to-reach shelves and mix and match colors for a polished look that fits your style.

fabric drawer

Put any laundry essentials – from clothespins to bottles of bleach – in a fabric bin.

With these organizational tips, you can take control of your laundry room once and for all – and you might even start looking forward to laundry day!

Update Your Laundry Room
AUTHOR: Staff


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