Small Laundry Room Organization Ideas for your Lumina Home

7 June 2022
Small Laundry Room Organization Ideas

All of us are dreaming to have more space in our laundry rooms than we knew what to do with if everything went according to plan. But in reality, this is not the case as we need to make the most out of what we have.


Don't worry if your laundry room is on the smaller end of the spectrum. It doesn't have to be a messy, gloomy area that makes doing chores even more of a burden.


Laundry room organizing can help you save both time and money. As a result, an orderly laundry room decreases the amount of stress it causes. Because you'll be in the laundry room for a long period, it's important to make it a relaxing environment although for whatever reason, it's usual for a laundry room to be cluttered and dirty.


Even if your laundry room is a large space with a lot of storage, a multipurpose room, or a tucked-away nook in the basement, it is critical to maintaining the area clean and orderly.


Take charge of the space where you do your laundry and keep it that way with these perfect solution and great ideas organizing strategies:


1. Simple box shelves for dryer sheets and other laundry supplies.

Simply said, the basic box shelves may be put to use in both formal and non-formal settings. The possibilities are almost limitless when it comes to what you can do with them for your laundry day. Hang some over the washer and dryer to keep detergent, dryer sheets, and other laundry room needs without using any valuable floor space.


2. Set up a laundry wall space.

Stainless steel wire shelving can be easily adjusted and is resistant to water. Drying sweaters take up one whole shelf in your laundry room, while washing supplies are stored in wooden crates on the other shelves. Install a tension rod in your dryer so that you may hang clothes as soon as they come out of the dryer so that you don't have to iron them at all. For ease of use, the ironing board and iron must also be kept nearby.


3. Build a behind-the-door shelves.

It's easy to ignore the space behind a door as a storage area for your cleaning supplies. You can build a set of wall-mounted shelves with a small depth just enough to store laundry essentials. You don't need to spend a lot of money on this since the supplies are inexpensive and you can even DIY it.


In building these practical storage solutions for small space, you need to determine where the studs are. Screw the shelves to the studs by drilling pilot holes and using 2-1/2-inch wood screws to secure them. Protect the door by placing a rubber bumper on the frame.


4. Install a clothes rod and shelf brackets.

DIY laundry room hanging rod can save you hours of ironing and organizing. No more wrinkled clothes at the bottom of the laundry basket, since you can now hang up your shirts and coats as soon as they come out of the dryer. As an added bonus, you'll have a hidden higher shelf for storing miscellaneous items such as your dirty laundry baskets.


As long as you can find standard closet rod brackets at your local home improvement store, you'll have everything you need for a simple shelving system in your utility room in no time at all. Purchase drywall anchors, plastic anchors, and a masonry bit if the surface is concrete. For an easy laundry room storage solution, just hang shelves on the wall and attach a closet rod.


5. Use a magnetic lint bin for trash disposal.

Small laundry rooms, commonly have the issue of what to deal with the trash, namely lint and dryer sheets. Most laundry room's design put their garbage can inside their linen closet. But this could be a hassle especially if your hands are full.


With the magnetic lint bin, you could free yourself from this trouble. Small and convenient, this magnetic trash bucket attaches to the side of any metal washer or dryer and can be used to collect infinite dryer lint or even used dryer sheets and other laundry room garbage. An easy and space-saving substitute for the usual additional rubbish in the laundry room which takes up precious space.


6. Create a dual-purpose work table.

Maximize space by investing in multipurpose furniture. While their humans are out and about, your furbaby may rest peacefully in this spacious dog cage while they are gone. It may also be used as a workstation for folding clothing, sorting loads, and dealing with common stains. Create a smaller version of the same box to fit your area and finally get rid of that ugly cage and wasted space from your kitchen or living room.


7. Store extra hangers.

The area underneath your floating shelves is an opportunity to use. Keep garment hangers, lint rollers, and store detergent as well as stain removers and other laundry products within easy reach by adding a strip of pegs to the empty area of your closet.


8. Install a laundry bundle to save space.

You may conserve space in your laundry room by stacking your washer and dryer on top of one another. Your floor layout will be more open as a result of this strategy, giving you more area for housework and other activities.

9. More storage options through baskets and crates

Try to get ahead of the issue by arranging your laundry materials into baskets, crates, and other containers as soon as your shelves are in place.


You may use this chance to display some of your most prized antiques, such apothecary jars, if you're a collector of old stuff. A single sort of box or basket may be used to hold all of your materials, if you want a more organized appearance.


Even if your laundry room is tucked away in an obscure nook, you'll have more fun doing the laundry if it's organized and well-kept.


Have the freedom of organizing your laundry room!

Organizing your utility room is a challenge especially if you are renting a space or an apartment. Your ideas and creativity might be infinite but your activities are limited.


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