Spic and Span Laundry Room
SOS adds a few shelves, purges and organizes…and voila! A tidy laundry room!
Over Loaded Laundry Room
For some people doing laundry is a chore. This Denver client made things even tougher on herself by creating an obstacle course of “stuff” to wade through. But it no time at all, SOS had this cluttered space organized and ready to rock the next load of dirty clothes. 🙂
Laundry and Linens
This couple in Broomfield is lucky to have a fairly large linen closet just off their laundry room. But the shelves above the washer and dryer and in the linen closet had become cluttered and disorganized. The laundry area was a quick 10 minute fix. We removed items that didn’t belong and added a couple of baskets to hold small items like cleaning rags and vacuum attachments. For the linen closet, we refolded the towels so they fit on the narrow shelves and then sorted them by bath, hand and wash rags. Next up were the sheet sets. We put each set of fitted, flat and pillowcases together. One great way to keep sheet sets looking neat is to store them inside one of the pillowcases. But like many of us, this homeowner knew she wouldn’t be that disciplined so we laid each set side by side on the shelves. This closet also holds little used items like first aid and cold medicines. They were already in bins so we just moved them out of the way so we could keep towels on one shelf, sheets on another and rarely used items up top.
Laundry Room Revamp
Even though this laundry room has plenty of space for storage, with no organization strategy in place, it was less than functional. The room’s little nook had become the dumping ground for miscellaneous tubs and boxes.
Once the space was cleared out, we were able to design a custom elfa shelving unit with space for laundry products, hanging rods for drying delicates and even a space to stash dirty clothes. Now the top of the washer and dryer are clear which makes for a great folding surface and a tidier looking space.