1. Clothes Drying Rod
If you are currently laying your clothes out to dry, using a free standing drying rack or a clothes line you will love this tip! If you have a space on your laundry room wall, you can either use a shower curtain rod or buy a rod you can attach to an empty wall. Be mindful of the area left underneath the rod, this will determine the items you will be able to hang dry. Once your rod is installed, your clothes will be able to dry quicker and allow for your laundry room to feel more open and spacious.
2. Baskets or Bins
Putting baskets or bins in cabinets or on open shelving will help keep you organized and hide unwanted clutter! The baskets can also be used to transfer laundry between rooms. Other baskets can be used to store a variety of necessary items, such as laundry detergent, dryer sheets, an iron, or even a stain stick. Baskets and bins are a practical addition to any laundry room.
Jars are a great addition to any laundry room counter top. Detergent scent beads or any other small supplies, such as stain sticks, can be stored in the jars. We recommend clear jars as they allow for you to know the quantity you have left and when you need to purchase more! An additional step to enhance your laundry room is to label your jars. Labels are made in all colors, shapes, sizes, and materials. Choose your jars and labels to enhance your laundry room design.
We hope you will keep these tips in mind when redecorating, remodeling or building your laundry room! Make completing your laundry enjoyable by incorporating your own style and design into the laundry room.
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