Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Laundry - Wash, Dry, Fold

Whilst the laundry is tucked hidden away i don't skip it when giving guests a tour of the house. Its a great laundry with lots of storage. I will discuss my walk-in-linen more and organisation tips next post.

The splashback tiles are the same as the scullery. I wanted to keep these areas very similar so there is also no colour pop in this room - other than the towels etc in the WIL. The bench is a great spot to fold all the kids washing.  I keep the kids art supplies and board games in some of the overheads.

We are considering wall mounting the dryer above the washing machine and finding a wide below bench fridge. When its the kids birthdays, Christmas and other special occasions the extra fridge would come in handy.
If we don't wall mount the dryer then we will add a rod or mini fold out washing line to be able to hang things to dry like tea towels, cloths or even damp clothes on rainy days. The laundry gets the western sun and with one wall being mostly all glass (sliding door) its a great drying spot.

Something like this:

Or a mini washing line like this one from Masters:


Natalie Land said...

Yep I will be putting a bar fridge in our new laundry. Our kitchen fridge isn't very big.

taylormadecakes said...

love your house and designs, wish you were in Canberra to help design mine

Lime & Mortar said...

You're welcome to email me if you need any help or want to run ideas by me :)

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Mattie said...

Well i know there are always some ways for doing this but i always find some other and easy way to do it. just like you.

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