Are you looking for some ideas to build a laundry room in your house? If so, then you have reached the right place. We all know how important it is to have a spot where you can just relax and unwind. Whether you are going to use the room for doing some up close work like folding your laundry, or for doing larger scale projects such as building a shed, having a place that feels comfortable and homely will be very beneficial to you.
There are many ways to build a laundry room in your home, and there is no reason why you can’t do it yourself. The first thing you need to decide on though is what kind of look you are going for. Do you like traditional laundry rooms that look more like a real laundry room? Or maybe you like more modern styles, with clean lines and light colors. Either way, you should have no problem finding a set up that will work for you and be stylish.
Small laundry room behind the door
Hidden behind 2 small doors is a wash sink attached to the bathroom. There are shelving units, clotheslines, and perforated boards to facilitate the activities you want. This “secret” room can also be used to store stock of toilet paper, refill soap, and other toiletries. That means you can create a bathroom that feels spacious for a more relaxing morning routine. The best part? Close the door and you won’t remember about the pile of laundry again.
Add a laundry area in your bathroom
Finishing the laundry while remembering yourself is a smart idea to make the day more fun. See how this young entrepreneur combines bathroom and space to organize time and place. Maximize a small corner of space in the bathroom and dedicate it as a space and sun-drying area. Place the washing machine complete with a wall towel clothesline on it. Use the bathroom’s tall cabinet as a multi-functional storage area for toiletries and toiletries.
For those who love cleanliness
When washing, you need a quiet and tidy area to finish it cheerfully. Come on, find the right drawers and wall shelves so you can create a comfortable and organized laundry room.
Easy washing routine
The IKEA ALGOT series has deep mesh racks, hanging rails for drying laundry, and a plastic KUGGIS box that can help complete your laundry solution.
Create a routine that your whole family can follow. If your bathroom and storage room are in the same room, use every corner of the space to place shelves, storage boxes and laundry bags. Load and unload laundry like an expert. Use a deep box to place wet clothes straight out of the washing machine for you to dry afterward. ALGOT storage rack is suitable for folding and ironing dry clothes. To make sorting clothes easier, dedicate a special section of the wall to hang the laundry bag. Use naming labels according to the names of family members, or by temperature and temperature. Hanging the laundry bag on the hook will make it easier for you to move your clothes to the washing machine more efficiently.
Turn a closed outdoor area into a flexible laundry room
When the area of the house doesn’t allow for a laundry room, why not take advantage of your outside area. Place the IKEA JONAXEL frame as the place for the clothes that have been received and the SKÅDIS punchboard combination to place your laundry equipment.
Don’t let the small space limit you from ironing. The ironing table is small enough to sit on top of the washing machine and the legs can be easily folded – just hang the ironing board when not in use. The best part about making your balcony a laundry and drying room is that your clothes will always get enough sun when they are dried.