Yes – you can create an efficient laundry room even if you have limited space. Here's how!
Making the most of the space that you have by utilizing every nook and cranny is priority number one when setting up an efficient laundry space, and luckily there are so many smart ideas and products out there to make this an easy task. The laundry space above, seen at Better Homes & Gardens, proves that even a tiny laundry area can look pulled-together and organized with the right approach!
>If your washer and dryer is in a closet or behind closed doors, the back of the door is a perfect spot to stash laundry gear. This elfa Laundry Door & Wall Rack from the Container Store is just one of the many behind-the-door storage units available to keep everything in one tidy spot.
Giant plastic laundry bins are space-eaters, so try using a collapsible laundry hamper like this one from Walmart instead and tuck it alongside or on top of your washer or dryer when it's not in use.
A foldable drying rack, like this one from Moerman Laundry Solutions, will not only save you money by air-drying your clothes, but folds up for easy storage.
Are your washer and dryer side-by-side? Create an instant folding area above them by installing a countertop over them, like this idea from Country Living. Simply cut a wood board to size and paint it, or use inexpensive closet shelving from the hardware store.
Cut down on clutter by choosing products that do double-duty, like this laundry detergent from Mrs. Myers. It can be used to spot-treat stains on your laundry as well as a regular detergent.