Enjoying our Wife Challenges so far and ready for some organized chaos in the laundry room? As long as there are dirty clothes around, there will be chaos but we can create some quick and easy organization that will relieve a lot of stress in our lives. Let’s get back with it, shall we …..
I know that revealing my messy laundry room struck a chord because y’all spoke up and said that you really deal with it too! So, let’s park here a bit and get this under control once and for all! If you are just now joining this challenge, catch up by reading about how to declutter clothes .
Before we get on the hacks to quickly help us fall in LOVE with our laundry rooms, watch this about the progress I’ve made so far.
Organized Chaos Hacks
Here are a few laundry room hacks that will make our lives so much better! I plan to implement many of these into my laundry room over the next few days. Which ones will you choose?
#1 Clothes rod
By far, my biggest suggestion, if you do nothing else, is to have some type of rack, rod, or clothes line to hang your clean clothes on. Below is the one similar to what you see in the video in my laundry room. Mine is longer than this one but I show you this smaller one to prove that you can find any size. I’ve also included a similar style:
#2 Over the Door Hooks
By placing an over the door hook organizer, you are gaining extra hooks in a space that isn’t used anyway. I’ve needed this for a long time and didn’t realize how cheap they are. Here are a couple different styles:
Of course, there are many choices depending on your style but I love these options to add personality and versatility to my space. Rolled up towels or just about anything could fit in these:
#4 Drying Rack
I don’t know about you but I have several tops that I do not want to put on hangers to dry. Doing so would ruin the fabric and make the sweater all wonky. I’ve always wanted a sweater rack and know is the time to get one. The only problem is deciding which style I want. Which do you like best?
#5 Wall Mount Trash Can
There is absolutely no floor space to put a trash can and I’m constantly sitting wads of dryer lint and random trash in my laundry room. I need a tiny, wall mount trash can to take care of this issue. Here are a couple cute options that I found:
#6 Pretty shelf with hooks
One last need is a shelf (this one has to be pretty) with hooks to take care of any additional needs. I’m in love with these two styles. Which do you prefer?
Are you in need of these supplies to for organized chaos?
In a few days, I’ll show you the results these hacks and supplies and we’ll talk about adding pretty touches and color to make the laundry room a place that we just might now want to leave! Stay tuned.
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