Diy key hook ideas
Once you own some shelves, attempt to get ahead of the mess by wrangling up every of your laundry supplies in baskets, jars and other storage containers.
If you’re a collector of vintage items, this is a grand spot to show off some of your finds. Ancient apothecary jars, candy jars or even ancient vases would work grand for storage solutions.
If you’d love things to glance a bit more orderly, you can use one single type of basket or jar for every of your supplies. Even if your laundry room is in an unseen corner of your home, you’ll enjoy doing laundry much more if your space is looking tidy and pulled together.
Use Curtains to Separate Your Space
If you don’t own a door on your laundry room but would love to separate the space, consider using a simple curtain rod and curtains.
This is a grand option if your washer/dryer is somewhere more visible in your home. While curtains won’t provide any sound protection, it’s a perfect solution for hiding your washer/dryer.
A tension rod is the perfect choice for a little space.
Add Shelving to Unused Corners
Unused corners in your laundry room are a grand spot to ponder about adding some shelving. There are so numerous wall shelf options these days, so you can almost always discover something to fit perfectly in your own space.
They’re a grand spot to hold detergent, other cleaning supplies and lighter items.
This tall unit from CB2 would provide a ton of additional storage space.
Wall Storage for Laundry Supplies
The key to success in a little laundry room is using every available space you can.
This means that you might own to ditch your dreams of hanging cool artwork on the wall and instead ponder about how you could best use that space to hold some necessities.
A hanging wire storage rack would work grand for storing detergent, dryer sheets or orphan socks that need to discover their mates. The hooks are a grand option for hanging lingerie or other smaller items to dry.
These wall storage solutions from Pottery Barn would work grand in a tiny laundry room.
Doors and windows
In most burglaries, the criminals broke into the home or flat through the door, either by forcing the lock or kicking it in.
So make certain your doors are strong and secure. Consider fitting a bar for additional strength; a locksmith can advise you on how best to do it.
Glass panels on doors are particularly vulnerable. If you own one on your door you could replace it with laminated glass, which is stronger.
You can also purchase a film in a DIY store that you can stick over the glass to make it harder to break.
Home security and DIY shops sell inexpensive, key-operated locks to fit most kinds of windows. Fit window locks with keys to every downstairs windows and those upstairs that are simple to reach.
If you’re not certain who is at your door, don’t open it. Check the identity of the caller by calling the company they are claiming to be from i.e.
gas, electricity, water and police. Use the telephone numbers listed in your local directory or provided independently by your service provider — Do not use any telephone numbers provided by the caller — they may be bogus.
The ‘Waterboard’ no longer exists, it is an obsolete phrase used only by bogus callers.
After years of living in NYC with no washer/dryer unit, my tiny laundry room feels luxurious. But for those of you who, love me, own a laundry room that could be described as "petite," you know first hand that there are some small-space storage challenges that you own to face.
Just because you own a tiny laundry room, that doesn’t mean you need to give up on figuring out some brilliant storage solutions.
With a little creativity, you can create space for everything you need and then some.
Here are some of our favorite tiny laundry room storage hacks:
Hang a Drying Rack From the Ceiling
Now that you’ve utilized every the wall space you can, it’s time to glance up at the ceiling! This is another often overlooked spot in a tiny laundry room that could work well for something love a drying rack.
This simple ladder-like drying rack is hung from the ceiling with chains and serves as a grand spot to hang items to dry or clothing that has been pressed. If you hand-wash a lot of your clothing or own delicate items that you don’t put in the dryer, a hanging rack is a brilliant investment for you.