Turn a Closet into a Laundry Room

MarinaHanes ~ 17 June 2009

Laundry rooms are often tucked away either in the basement or on the first floor in an isolated room. Even though you have to catch up on laundry, it doesn’t mean you should be stuck doing it in the dreariest and loneliest part of your house. If you’re a multi-tasker, laundry room closets can give you the freedom to be near your family while finishing chores.

As you get older or busier with work, lugging your laundry down to the basement can seem like a horrible chore in itself, especially if you have several children with mounds of dirty clothes. Relocating the laundry room to the first floor in a large kitchen closet can reduce some of the hassles associated with washing clothes.

This closet pictured below has the washer and dryer as well as other cleaning supplies on high shelves where they are out of your children and pet’s reach. You can keep laundry moving while having breakfast with your family.

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