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Laundry Room Organizing Tips

Ever wish you could spend less time doing laundry? With strategic updates to your laundry room layout, make sorting, folding, and hanging a breeze. Designate spaces for each task and store supplies efficiently. Transform your laundry room into an attractive, organized area that makes laundry feel less like a chore.

1. Sort Your Supplies

The first step to organizing your laundry room is deciding what belongs there. Organize laundry cleaners such as detergents, stain removers, and fabric softeners and place them on open shelves near the washing machine for quick access. Household cleaners and supplies can be stored in cabinets behind closed doors, maintaining a clean and organized appearance. If you have the available storage space, you might also keep an ironing board, extra towels or linens in your laundry room.

Allocate space for sorting clothes into different categories, such as lights, darks, and delicates. This will help you stay organized and ensure that each load receives the appropriate care. Consider installing labeled bins or hampers to make sorting a breeze.

2. Expand Your Laundry Space

It’s true! Vertical space is often an underutilized asset in the laundry room. By installing a custom organization system, you can unlock the potential of your walls and create additional storage opportunities. Cabinets, shelves, hampers, and baskets are not only practical but also visually appealing, as they help keep your laundry essentials neatly tucked away.

Cabinets provide a stylish and efficient way to store items such as detergent, fabric softener, and cleaning supplies. Opt for cabinets with adjustable shelves to accommodate items of different sizes. This allows you to customize the storage space to fit your specific needs.

Shelves are perfect for displaying decorative baskets or bins that can hold smaller items like dryer sheets, stain removers, or sewing supplies. They also provide a convenient spot for storing folded towels or organizing items for ironing.

3. Tame the Laundry Pile

Prepping your laundry for washing can be made much easier with the help of deep pull-out laundry hampers. When one of the hampers becomes full, the process of transferring the clothes to the washing machine is a breeze. Just remove the basket from the hamper and easily tip the contents into the machine. This eliminates the need to handle each item individually or gather clothes from multiple piles scattered around the room. It streamlines the laundry process and helps maintain the organization of your laundry room.

Deep pull-out laundry hampers not only provide practicality but also contribute to the overall organization and cleanliness of your laundry space. The hampers can be seamlessly integrated into your custom organization system, ensuring that they fit perfectly and blend harmoniously with the rest of the room’s design. With this convenient setup, you’ll be able to effortlessly manage your laundry and keep it sorted until it’s time for washing. No more digging through mixed piles of clothes or searching for a specific garment. Everything will be neatly organized and ready to go with a simple tip of the hamper into the washing machine.

4. Make Your Ironing Board Disappear

Instead of a bulky, full-size ironing board, try a space-saving fold-out board that’s easy to stow off the floor and out of sight when not in use. And it’s not just for the laundry room. This compact board offers convenient ironing in your bedroom when you add it to an Custom Closets and More closet organizer. You can also use a hook to hang your full-sized board flush against a wall when it’s folded. When you prefer to use a full-sized ironing board, you can still keep it neatly tucked away and easily accessible. By using a hook, you can hang the folded board flush against a wall, making efficient use of vertical space.

The fold-out ironing board is designed to be practical and efficient, offering a compact solution for your ironing needs. Its foldable nature ensures that it can be conveniently stored and retrieved whenever needed. No more wrestling with a large, cumbersome ironing board or struggling to find a suitable storage spot for it.

5. Create a Laundry Place to Hang Out

Once clothes come out of the wash, built-in hanging rods make it simple to air-dry delicates. Consider adding a slide-out valet rod to hold freshly dried or ironed clothes on their way back to your closet. The valet rod offers a practical solution for keeping your clothes wrinkle-free and organized, reducing the need for additional handling and folding.

With the combination of built-in hanging rods and a slide-out valet rod, your laundry room becomes a versatile space for taking care of your clothes at every stage. From washing to air-drying and finally returning them to your closet, these features streamline the process and help maintain the quality of your garments. Plus, they contribute to an organized and efficient laundry routine, making your everyday tasks more enjoyable and hassle-free.

So, create a place to hang out in your laundry room—one that goes beyond washing machines and dryers.

6. Claim Your Laundry Workspace

Scrubbing stains or folding clothes on the surface of your dryer can be awkward and cramped. Instead, treat yourself to an open countertop where you have plenty of room to work. You’ll no longer have to struggle with limited space while trying to accomplish these tasks.

By investing in an open countertop, you not only enhance the functionality of your laundry room but also add a touch of style and organization to the space. You can choose a countertop material that complements the overall aesthetic of your laundry room, creating a visually appealing and cohesive environment.

Yes, laundry is never-ending, but an organized and efficient laundry room can work wonders when it comes to making this chore more enjoyable!