Laundry Room Organization Ideas that Change the Game

Shannon Quinn - April 25, 2021
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A great laundry room organization hack is to have mesh drawers in the room. Credit: Ikea

2. Ikea Mesh Drawer System For Backup Supplies

Sometimes, people want to have shelves where they can see all of their supplies at a quick glance. This way, you can easily see if you have supplies left without rummaging through closet cabinets. Ikea sells a few different varieties of their “basket drawer units”. These should work in nearly any laundry room.

Be sure to have storage in your laundry room for all of your belongings. Credit: Ikea

When you are organizing, you can divide up each shelf to have a different type of supply in each drawer. The only downside of drawers like this is that it can look messy after a while. I have personally used a drawer set like this in my office in the past. However, now I gravitate towards drawers that are enclosed. It’s really up to personal taste.

If your washing machine looks unsightly, you may want to hide it with a curtain. Credit: Decoist

1. Hide the Machines With a Curtain

While this might not be the most beautiful thing in the world, hiding your machines with a curtain can be a great solution to an issue. This is especially true if your machines are looking old and busted after having them for over a decade. For people who keep their laundry machine in their kitchen, this might be a good way to hide that.

A great laundry room organization hack is to just hide away your machines. Credit: Pinterest

In order to do this, you will need to install a tension rod across a counter. Alternately, you may need to hang a shower curtain rod and have a fabric shower curtain hanging there as makeshift doors. Make sure you measure everything to be sure you buy the correct sized curtains and rods before you start a project like this. If you need to learn how to make your own curtains, check out this tutorial from House Beautiful.

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