How interior designers organize laundry rooms |


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If you’re lucky enough to have a laundry room that sits separately from your kitchen or bathroom, you’ll know that it can quickly become a place of chaos, with dirty and clean washing abound. Because of this, organizing this space properly, so that everything has a place, is vital to ensuring laundry day runs without a hitch. 

Although a laundry room performs a very clear function, it also operates on lots of different, smaller levels (washing, drying, folding, ironing, etc.) As such, the room should have a clear, logical flow, to stop it becoming an unusable and unpleasant space to be in. Interior designer Melissa Fields, founder and CEO of Shades of Gray Design Studio says, ‘Keeping your laundry room organized is so important because you probably spend a lot of time in that space. This also means that every inch of the room should be smartly maximized as efficiently as possible, to prevent clutter from building up.’

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