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How To: Laundry Room Organization

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The final organizational challenge to tackle was the laundry room.  My laundry room is tiny.  Truly, you can’t even turn around in it tiny.  So keeping it organized and clutter free while maximizing what little space I have was of the utmost importance.

First, I traded out my two old hampers for Pottery Barn’s Perry Divided hamper.  It fit perfectly in the space and allows me to presort darks and colors.  Plus the canvas liner can be removed and thrown in with the wash for easy cleaning.

Second, baskets came to the rescue again.  I placed the larger wire Benchwright baskets above my cabinets to hold my Costco-sized amount of paper towels and blankets that are out of season.  While the Newport basket housed detergents, iron, steamer, dryer balls and all other necessities.

Lastly, I hung my vacuum on the wall (best vacumn ever by the way), added a few extra door hooks and a retractable clothes line to hang any pieces of clothing I many not want to dry.  In the end the laundry room became clutter free and a functional small space.  Truly, MKR

P.S.  Make sure to check out how I organized the linen closet and gave the master bath a mini makeover.

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*This story is in collaboration with Pottery Barn, a brand I love and adore.  Opinions are 100% my own.  |  Photography, Rustic White

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  • Love what you did with the laundry room! The baskets and hamper add a lot to the space (not that its an unattractive room!). That’s so cool that you can hang your vacuum on the wall!

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