People that live alone or don’t have a big family tend to live in smaller apartments or houses. When you have a smaller place to live, a good idea is to use all of the available space to fit as many things in it as you can. It’s called making good use of the available space and one of the places in your living quarter where space really does matter is the laundry space. Here are some creative ideas on the subject.
1. A drying rack like this makes a lot of sense
Source:DIY Laundry Room Drying Rack | Centsational Girl
2. Cleaning solution racks
Source:Tiny Wall Baskets | Waffling Design
3. Fold-away ironing board
Source:DIY Fold-Away Ironing Board | Folksy Home
4. Pull out sweater rack
Source:DIY Pull-out Sweater Drying Rack | Sawdust Girl
5. A retractable clothesline hidden inside a cabinet
Source:Use a Retractable Clothesline Hidden in a Cabinet | Just About Home
6. Racks on the door
Perfect for storing all the products necessary for doing laundry.
Source:Over The Door Storage with Chalkboard Paint | My Sweet Savannah
7. It’s also a good idea to add a little bit of color to it
Source:Less Cake More Frosting
8. Neatly organized
9. A shelf above the washing machines is always a good idea
Source:Poppies At Play
10. Have a multi-tasking laundry room
Double up on uses for a room by putting the washer and dryer in a bathroom or garage or using the laundry room for tool storage or an office.
Source:Retro Rad Laundry Room in the Garage | Cavender Diary Blog on I Heart Organizing
11. Half-bath half laundry
Source:Gray Beadboard Laundry in a Half Bath | Home With Baxter
12. Combo laundry room and office
Source:Laundry Closet Meets Office | Organized by Helen
13. Do laundry in the kitchen
I don’t know about the window, but it still saves you some space.
Source:Laundry Room Studio Office | Show and Tell
14. Stack the washing machines in the half-bath
Source: Stacked Laundry in the Half Bath | The Long Awaited Home
15. Hide away the laundry room
Hiding the room doesn’t mean you’ll be able to hide from the laundry, though.
Source:Hidden Behind Doors in the Bathroom | Southern Living
16. Laundry closet and ironing station
Not exactly the cleanest setup, if I’m honest with you.
Source:Hallway Laundry Closet and Ironing Station | The Yummy Life
17. A laundry pantry in the kitchen
Well hidden and a pantry well used if you have enough space in other places.
Source:Laundry Pantry in the Kitchen | Southern Living
18. A secret laundry room
Source:Secret Laundry Room | Handy Man, Crafty Woman
19. Hidden behind some sliding doors
Source:Hidden Behind Fun Barn Doors | Houzz
20. Shelves or storage units of any form
Save as much space as possible, and one of the ways you can do that is through the shelves and racks to store products and other necessary stuff.