Laundry Room Organizing Tips
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1. Add a Countertop
A butcher-block slab morphs the top of your machines into usable workspace. Plus, pull the cute curtains, and your utility room is suddenly just cozy nook. It's a clever trick for holiday party season — washing machines aren't exactly festive.
2. Add Handy Baskets
No room for a shelf? These little caddies are the perfect size for your cleaners, and they can fit on even the tiniest bare wall.
3. Try Tilt-Out Drying Racks
If a standalone version is out of the question, line the walls with racks instead. Hinges help them tuck neatly out of the way when you're done.
4. Go Up (Up, Up!)
Hang shelves and cabinets as high as they will go — no vertical space left behind.
5. Maximize Narrow Spaces
Take advantage of an awkward nook by hanging lay-flat drying racks that flip up when not in use.
6. Choose Shelves With Hooks and Rods
Souped-up shelves work much harder than their sleek floating cousins. Add hooks for holding lingerie bags as you stuff them and a rod that makes the teeny space between the machines available for hanging shirts as you press them.