Some homeowners prefer their laundry area to be housed in the garage space.
Do you cringe at the very thought of the dreaded laundry day? Maybe your dirty clothing is constantly overflowing in a bin that is too small or outdated? Need more bins rather than having heaps on the floor? Are you finding that your home needs more space to sort, iron and fold clothing? You may need more shelving for all the detergents, bleaches, water softeners, and pre-soak products.
Here are a few tips to make your laundry room organized and work for you.
An organized laundry room complete with custom cabinetry, drawers, and a hanging rod.
“An overhead shelving or cabinet unit is a smart move to make, since it demands no floor space. The unit can either run the length of the area, covering both the washer and dryer as they sit side by side, or you can include a rod for hanging clothes fresh from the dryer or clothes from the washer that must drip-dry. A system for presorting dirty clothes, such as wire baskets, can be a big aid during the week and on laundry day. An extra touch is the addition of countertop work space above the baskets, which supplies an excellent place for folding clothes, removing spots and stains, and compiling clean clothes for distribution throughout your home.” – Sloan Schmidtke of Southern Living
No matter the size of your space, Closet Factory offers custom laundry room solutions including built in wall units, counter tops, shelving, pull out baskets, and fold down or hidden ironing boards. A custom built laundry organizing system is really the best way to make the dreaded laundry day more productive.
Contact Closet Factory today and request a free design consultation. A professional designer will work with you and design a storage solution to create a laundry space that will eliminate the clutter and ease your laundry day hassle.
Each of our custom systems is completely personalized and begins with a complimentary design appointment.Schedule a Consult
During the consultation you and a designer will discuss your expectations, desires, and project budget, with the aim of designing an organization system that will: