laundry and bathrooms

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Laundry is the chore many of us love to hate. There are dirty clothes to deal with, separating everything, stain removal, and once the washer and dryer have done their jobs, it’s time for ironing and folding. Having a good laundry organization system is vital for keeping this task under control. Custom laundry room cabinets and accessories change the way you organize your laundry forever. Thanks to shelves and cabinets, plus upgraded Deco drawers, your laundry room will be beautiful and efficient. Transform your dry, fold and sort routine with designated areas for each task. Keeping your household humming has never been easier.

Laundry Room Accessories

Ready to get your laundry room organized and under control? Here are some of the ways that we can help:

You need a place to keep your laundry detergent, bleach, dryer sheets, stain sticks and more. If you’re currently balancing these on top of your dryer, we can install sturdy shelves that will hold these items.

Another option is to have fully backed cabinets installed; these will keep your laundry aids dust-free, in addition to keeping them out of view!

If your utility room were larger, would you want to iron and fold laundry in that space? If the answer is yes, we may be able to help. Even small laundry rooms can benefit from a fold-down ironing board or table. When a load of laundry is done, simply fold down the surface and prepare your clothing for hanging or to be put away in a drawer. When you’re done, fold your board or table up against the wall, and it will take up hardly any room at all.

From a laundry hamper to smaller bins for clothespins and lingerie bags, we have the accessories you need to keep your items contained. This will reduce clutter in the laundry room. We offer a variety of containers in different colors and styles, so we’re sure to have something that will complement your existing décor.

Complete your laundry room with tons of helpful accessories like:

  • Fold Out Ironing Boards
  • Wall Mounted Ironing Board
  • Wall Mounted Iron Holder
  • Ironing Board Holders
  • Pull Out Hampers
  • Tilt Out Hampers
  • Tilt Hampers with Canvas Liner
  • Canvas Laundry Liner
  • Baskets with Canvas Liner
  • Organizing Baskets
  • Hanger Holders
  • Laundry Hooks
  • 2-Prong Hooks
  • Hooks with Cleats
  • Broom and Mop Holders
  • Overhead Cabinet Doors

My laundry and bathroom are small. What closet or storage solutions make sense?

You can’t overlook bathroom closet organization. Maximizing storage in small laundry and bathroom areas requires clever solutions that make the most of limited space. Here are some effective closet and storage ideas to help you stay organized and efficient:

Laundry Room Storage Solutions

Wall-Mounted Shelving and Cabinets:

        • Shelves Above Washer and Dryer: Install shelves above your washer and dryer for storing detergent, fabric softeners, and other laundry supplies.
        • Closed Cabinets: Use wall-mounted cabinets to keep items hidden and reduce visual clutter.

Over-the-Door Storage:

        • Door Racks: Utilize the back of the door with racks or pockets to store cleaning supplies, laundry detergents, or small items.
        • Hanging Baskets: Hang baskets on the door for additional storage of smaller items like clothespins or dryer sheets.

Foldable Drying Racks:

        • Wall-Mounted Drying Racks: Install a foldable wall-mounted drying rack that can be tucked away when not in use.
        • Ceiling-Mounted Drying Racks: Use a retractable ceiling-mounted drying rack to save floor space.

Under-Sink Storage:

        • Pull-Out Shelves: Add pull-out shelves under the sink to make better use of deep spaces.
        • Stackable Bins: Use stackable bins or baskets for storing cleaning supplies and tools.

Stacked Washer and Dryer:

        • Vertical Stacking: If possible, stack your washer and dryer to free up floor space for additional storage.

Slim Storage Units:

        • Narrow Shelving Units: Place slim shelving units or rolling carts in narrow spaces between appliances or along walls.

Hanging Rods and Hooks:

        • Rod for Hanging Clothes: Install a rod for hanging clothes that need to air dry or be ironed.
        • Hooks for Accessories: Use hooks for hanging items like ironing boards, brooms, or laundry bags.
Bathroom Storage Solutions

Over-the-Toilet Storage:

        • Shelving Units: Use an over-the-toilet shelving unit to store towels, toiletries, and decorative items.
        • Cabinets: Install a cabinet above the toilet to keep items out of sight.

Medicine Cabinets:

        • Recessed Medicine Cabinets: Install a recessed medicine cabinet with a mirror to save space and keep essentials organized.
        • Wall-Mounted Medicine Cabinets: Use a wall-mounted version if a recessed cabinet isn’t an option.

Vanity with Storage:

        • Vanities with Drawers and Cabinets: Choose a vanity that offers ample storage with drawers and cabinets for toiletries and cleaning supplies.
        • Organizers: Use drawer organizers to keep items neatly sorted.

Shower Storage:

        • Corner Shelves: Install corner shelves in the shower for holding shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
        • Over-the-Showerhead Caddies: Use an over-the-showerhead caddy for additional storage without taking up floor space.

Hooks and Towel Racks:

        • Hooks on Walls and Doors: Install hooks on the walls and behind doors for hanging towels, robes, and loofahs.
        • Towel Bars: Use multiple towel bars or a heated towel rack to save space and keep towels dry.

Under-Sink Organizers:

        • Pull-Out Bins and Drawers: Use pull-out bins or drawers to make the most of the space under the sink.
        • Stackable Containers: Stack containers to store cleaning supplies and toiletries efficiently.

Floating Shelves:

        • Wall-Mounted Shelves: Install floating shelves to hold decorative items, extra towels, and daily essentials.

Niche Storage:

        • Built-In Niches: If remodeling, consider built-in niches in the shower or walls for storing items without taking up additional space.

Magnetic Strips:

        • Magnetic Strips for Small Metal Items: Use magnetic strips to hold items like tweezers, scissors, and bobby pins.

Compact Furniture:

        • Slim Cabinets and Drawers: Opt for slim cabinets or drawer units that fit into narrow spaces.
        • Rolling Carts: Use rolling carts for flexible storage that can be moved as needed.

By implementing these storage solutions, you can effectively utilize the space in your small laundry and bathroom areas, keeping them organized and functional.