10 Organization Tips for Small Laundry Rooms
Ironing boards can be big and clunky, especially if your laundry room is small. So, attach it to the back of the door or the wall so that it can fold out when in use and be out of the way when not!
A pull out drying rack is incredibly handy because you can dry your items without having them sprawled everywhere, but it can be put away when not in use! So helpful!
There is often a space between your washing machine and dryer and the wall, so take advantage of it! Put a small pull-out cart in between that you can use to store laundry supplies.
Make your own ironing board that can lay on top of your washing machine and dryer! It can easily be tucked away and, when you need to iron, it doesn’t take up any extra space!
Hang your laundry baskets vertically so that they take up less space. This can even help your back because you won’t have to lean over all the time to get the clothes.
Get a rolling cart for your small laundry room. It gives you storage space that you can move around so that it’s never in the way!
Add some wall storage to your laundry room to maximize the space! You don’t need your walls to look pretty, really, so just make them practical.
Put slanted racks above the washing machine and dryers so you can use that space but still reach what you need to get! It’s super handy and really nice to have.
Add storage space directly on top of your washing machine and dryer by putting some sort of table there! You can even build the counter around your machines so that it fits perfectly!
Make sure to use up as much of the vertical space as possible. You may need to invest in a step ladder, but it’s worth it for the extra storage.