As your list of things to do grows, it seems that the amount of time you have to do them shrinks. Some tasks appear to stay on that list indefinitely. One of those “to-do’s”? Laundry.
While we wish we had the secret to making the laundry do itself (or train the dog, perhaps), we have found a way to make this once mundane, dreadful task a time of tranquility.
It may sound like a far-fetched daydream, but we assure you that after seeing these inspired room designs, doing the laundry just got bumped to #1 on the agenda.
Lift Me Up
The key to utilizing space is not being afraid to use the entire room. But before expanding outward, move upward! Using pedestal drawers to raise your washer and dryer will give you some extra space, and as a bonus, it will make loading and unloading easier than ever. Messy room and back pain be gone!
Give Me Space
Storage may be valuable, when organizing a room, but so is space. Tired of folding laundry on the couch? Make the most out of your space by installing a countertop over your washer and dryer.
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Take Me for Granite
Between grass stains, raincoats, and gym clothes, the laundry room can get messy–and dirty–fast. To help keep things clean, consider installing granite or quartz countertops; they’re scratch-resistant, stain-resistant, and wipe down with soap and water.
Let It All Sink In
Whether it’s washing the dog or soaking your favorite tee, a deep sink is essential for a laundry room. Including a side sprayer will let you power through any stain! Underneath the sink, laundry bins or baskets can be stored for when you need them. Function, meet style.
Folding area? Check.
Come into Nonn’s to see how the GE RightHeight can knock three items off your “to-do” list.
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