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Top 5 Storage Ideas for Small Laundry Rooms


#1 DIY Pull-Out Sweater Drying Rack

In this inspiring article by Remodelaholic.com, we are given tips on how to make the most of our tiny laundry room space. In this particular section, we learn how to create and then use our very own do it yourself sweater drying rack. Of course you can use this amazingly handy and easy to use drying rack for other things, like grandma’s handmade doilies as well as your favorite delicates. This handy information is going to make your laundry area much more useful and your laundry activities much more enjoyable and quick to do. To get all the “dirty” details, read the full article here.

#2 Go Into the Walls

If you’re like most of us, your space for accomplishing the everyday task of getting laundry done is tiny at best and downright miniscule at worst. Short of going to a full laundry mat or converting some room in your house, there has to be an easy and efficient way to get more storage space. Luckily, Jacquelyn McGilvray at diynetwork.com found some awesome ways to get more space and gives us all the details in this article. We especially like the idea of building shelves into existing walls and adding great looking storage that way. Add a couple of pull out baskets and it’s not only practical but also looks amazing! To get all the details, read the full article here.

#3 Over the Door Laundry Storage

This fun article on how to add some much needed space to your laundry room on Bobvila.com, gives us this great tip on over the door shelving. If you don’t have wall space and you just need to get some kind of set up for your detergent and other laundry needs, then try a handy and inexpensive over the door hanger that can hold everything you need in one convenient and easy to reach place. To see the full details, read the entire article here.

#4 Over the Top Shelving

If you’re lucky enough to have a front loading dryer and washer set up, then this fantastic idea that comes to us in this article by John Riha for houselogic.com, is going to be just the right thing for adding space and functionality to an area that often gets missed for shelving opportunities. All you need to do is install a simple shelf over the top of your units and voila, a space to fold, sort or just store your laundry soap and dryer sheets. All of your controls are on the front of a front loading system, so the space on top that could be used is often forgotten. For the complete lowdown on how to bring more function into your laundry room, read the full article here.

#5 Everything in its Place

Keeping your laundry room organized isn’t that hard, if, as this article on Marthastewart.com informs us, you have a place for everything, and keep everything in its place. By mixing and matching cabinetry and shelving, you can create a laundry room that is functional, easy to work in and a beautiful space as well. Check out all the great ideas for making your laundry room a relaxing work space by reading the full article here.

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