My laundry room has been through several transformations. From this:
To this - after I stacked my laundry basket dressers on one side and moved the hanging stuff from both sides to the back. This really opened up the room and made it feel larger. It also appears neater from the kitchen as everything is hidden around the corner and not across from the door.
I’m finally happy with the arrangement so I decided I needed to give it a final coat of new paint. I chose the same turquoise that I have in my kitchen. I thought it would go great with all the white. It made a huge difference and the room looks so much brighter!
It’s not as picture perfect as some you see but it’s definitely neater and more organized and it works for us. I’ve never understood how all these pretty laundry rooms function. The only cluttered part of mine seems to be the hangers. But we hang so much stuff to dry in here (and outside when possible) that I just couldn’t get rid of them.
Someday, when the washer and dryer need to be replaced, I may look into getting front loaders so I can have a shelf above for folding and cabinets on top for closed storage. However, I’ll still have the need for hanging stuff up to dry. I just don’t see a way to get rid of that part.
Stay tuned to see what I have planned for that large blank wall!
How do you hang stuff to dry? Any suggestions?