Laundry Room Organization

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Laundry Room Organization Ideas

An efficient, organized laundry room will save time when doing chores. A cluttered, disorganized space can result in lost clothes and added stress to an already tedious chore. Luckily, with a few simple items and ideas, you can transform your laundry room into a well-organized and functional space.

Declutter First

Before you start organizing, it’s important to declutter your laundry room. Get rid of any items that are no longer useful, like old cleaning products, broken hangers, or mismatched socks. Once you have a clean slate, you can begin to organize.

Use Vertical Space

Laundry rooms tend to be the smallest rooms in the home, which is why you need to maximize vertical space. Opt for tall hampers to conserve space or slide a rolling storage cart in between the wall and the washer to hold detergent, dryer sheets, and stain removers. You can also use wall-mounted or over-the-door organizers to hang shoes, wet clothes, or supplies.

Use Baskets and Bins

Baskets and bins are a great way to store items like clean towels, extra linens, and even dirty clothes waiting to be washed. Label each basket so you know exactly what is inside and can find what you need easily.

Sort Before You Wash

Sorting your laundry before washing can save you time and effort in the long run. Use separate hampers for whites, darks, and delicates to make sorting easier. You can also have designated bins for clothes that need special care such as hand-washing or air-drying.

Hang a Drying Rack

If you have limited space for drying clothes, consider installing a hanging drying rack. This allows you to dry without taking up valuable floor space. You can also use a folding drying rack that stores away when you’re not using it.