We all spend a lot of time in our laundry rooms washing and folding clothes. I hope you find some products in this blog post that will help you get your laundry room space more organized! I have a few of these an they are literally amazing! Ya’ll enjoy!
- Galvanized Laundry Drying Rack – PotteryBarn ($99)
As for me, my laundry room is not that big. We do have an area to hang a few clothes, but it really isn’t big enough for everyone’s laundry at once. This drying rack can help solve that problem — additional hanging space and when you are not using it..yes, it folds right back to the wall!
2. Anchor Glass 1 Gallon Penny Jar – Target ($6.49)
I included this jar because I use it for my Tide pods. I don’t think anyone likes that orange container they come in. I used this instead because they are so easy to grab off the shelf right above our washer. Magnolia has a similar version and I linked it below. Their jars/canisters come in different sizes!
3. Rectangle Hogla Open Front Bin – The Container Store ($11.99)
Apparently, these are made for your pantry…but I decided to do my own thing! I use these in the cabinets in our laundry room. I have one containing our first aid supplies, another containing medicines and the last containing microfiber cloths that we regularly use to clean. The front opening makes it easy to see what is inside and grab whatever you need quickly! I WILL be purchasing more of these soon!
4. Wire Mesh Storage – West Elm ($39)
Need a place to store dryer sheets/rags/towels/etc. in your laundry room? This industrial-style basket is perfect! Doesn’t it just look like it belongs? Don’t throw those items in your cabinets when you can just place this on your counter or shelf!
5. Acrylic Drink Dispenser – Crate & Barrel ($39.95)
I am aware you may be thinking…”Why did she tag a drink dispenser for the laundry room?” Well if you use any liquid detergents/fabric softeners, my opinion is that they look much better stored in a pretty dispenser than the ugly plastic tubs they come in! I mean come on…this is so much more stylish!
6. Battery Organizer Storage Case – Amazon ($19.99)
We own this…we LOVE this!!! It literally gives me so much joy to go grab batteries from this nifty organizer (I’m weird…I know)! Ours is kept in the top drawer in our laundry room and everything is perfectly spaced and easy to find. To make it even more awesome…it has a battery tester ON IT so that you can test to see if your current batteries are dead or not! I highly, highly recommend it!
7. Galvanized Tin Envelope – Magnolia Market ($16 – $20)
In our home we don’t have a mudroom near our back entrance, so basically our laundry room doubles as one. With that being said, we keep our “command center” here. Adding a small filer to the wall helps! I love this one from Magnolia. If you are needing something with a little more storage, I have linked one from Anthropologie. This one keeps that industrial look but offers hooks and shelving in addition!
8. Ironing Board Hanger – PotteryBarn ($59)
No one ever has a place for ironing boards, so utilize the wall space that I’m sure you have and hang it! I chose to link this one from PotteryBarn because of the additional shelf on top that gives you a place to put your iron as well…pretty smart huh?
9. Fringed Triangle Basket – Anthropologie ($68)
Store your dry cleaning away from your other clothes…especially if you have a sweet husband that will randomly do laundry. Don’t want him washing what he shouldn’t! I’m sort of obsessed with this fringe basket that would be perfect for storing your dry cleaning. It adds so much style and I need it in my life!
10. Oval Cachepot – Jayes Studio ($39)
If you have a dog and he is anything like ours, you probably have toys scattered throughout your house. We have a tub very similar to this cachepot from Jayes Studio that we throw all of his toys in to try to keep some sort of order in the house. All things ‘dog’ are in our laundry room! It keeps it out of sight from visitors. I love this brand so much that I linked a couple of other items they offer that would be great additions to your laundry room!
Sunscreen Bins ($50)
Mail Bins ($50)
I hope that you got some good ideas from this! Thank ya’ll for checking in again!