Add Function To Your Laundry Room
The laundry room plays an important role in your home. Usually doubling as a utility room, this space is like the supporting character of the home that holds everything together. Simplify the hard work with these genius ideas to make the most of your laundry room.
Most homes with families require more food storage than what just one refrigerator can provide. Instead of a dark garage or back porch, the laundry room offers the ideal place for a second refrigerator or deep freezer for easy access. By being inside in a climate-controlled area, the refrigerator or freezer won’t have to work as hard to maintain an ideal temperature.
A lot of work happens in the laundry room. By adding countertops, you can have more space to fold laundry the second it comes out of the dryer, treat stains in fabrics, and store laundry baskets or detergents. Small laundry rooms can benefit from a countertopover their front load laundry pair while large laundry rooms can afford cabinets and countertops for extra storage.
Raised Laundry Pair
The doors on front load washers and dryers are fairly low to the ground which can mean bending and back strain. By raising your laundry pair up, either on top of matching pedestals or custom-built shelves, you can have easier access to your items and additional storage.
Whether it’s stains in your clothes or stepping in something in the backyard, life come with a lot of messes that you don’t want in your kitchen or bathroom sink. The laundry room is a great place for a utility sink that can handle whatehver mess life throws at you without disturbingthe functions of the rest of the house.
Certain fabrics don’t do so well in the dryer even on delicate mode, and need to be hang-dried for best care. Adding a drying rack can be as simple as a tension rod above your washer and dryer or a pull-down rack from a wall.
The laundry room is like the largest closet of the home. It offers a lot of options for storage for pantry items, cleaning products, and small appliances. Make the most of your space with cabinets above your washer and dryer, hanging rack on the back of the door, or floor-to-ceiling shelves.