The Masterton design team have put together some really practical tips to lighten your load and make your already functional laundry even more efficient and a little more fun.
A little cleverness goes a long way in styling small quarters. Utilize bins, baskets, shelves, and wall-mount solutions to organise laundry rooms.
Laundry cupboards can get full pretty quickly and it’s always the place we want to store a whole lot of stuff—from cleaning products to towels and linen. Sometimes this means there’s no room left for your washing powder, first aid products or pegs. But with attractive canisters and containers you can have these items on display in accessible locations.
Labeling bins, storage containers and baskets makes it easy to find things as well as store things. Laundry hampers labelled with whites, colours and darks help all family members to get on board and sort washing. It makes it less likely for a stray red sock to turn the whites pink!
Drying racks are perfect for the middle of winter or rainy days but for a little hand-washing you might not want to set up something so big. Hanging a rod or attractive hooks in the laundry can help decorate the space as well as add functional drying areas.
It might not make the room more functional but it will help you be more efficient if your laundry room is a place you don’t mind spending time. Don’t discount the decoration of the room, choose a soothing colour and make it as light and airy as possible.
To get more laundry room decorating inspiration, visit our amazing Masterton display homes.