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http://www.ClutterDiet.com Get organized with home organizing tips from professional organizers at The Clutter Diet. Genies know a thing or two about maximizing small spaces. Arranging a laundry closet to meet your needs is a wish that you can make come true- without taking one thousand and one nights to do it. In today's video Lorie Marrero is showing how she maximized the space in her new laundry room in one day (without any magical help at all). These Clutter Video Tips are posted frequently here on our clutterdiet organizing channel. You can search Twitter for #ClutterVideoTip also to find comments on our organizing tips. Lorie Marrero is the creator of ClutterDiet.com and the author of The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life. Lorie also serves as the national spokesperson for Goodwill Industries International and ambassador of the Donate Movement. http://www.clutterdiet.com http://tinyurl.com/goodwillpsa http://donate.goodwill.org http://www.clutterdiet.com/learnmore Hi I'm Lorie Marrero, creator of the Clutter Diet book & online program today I get to show off my new laundry closet. I used to have a big laundry room & now I have a laundry closet. I've been able to accommodate the 12 features, mostly in this closet & other areas of the house & make a functional laundry system in this smaller space. How did I do this? I used Elfa Shelving from The Container Store. I used their expert designer who worked with me to design this closet. I like using their experts because they really are familiar with the product & it's free. I did my own installation. They will do that too, but I enjoy it. I ripped out the one rod, one shelf that the builder put in. The install for the Elfa Shelving is so easy, that's why I like using it for projects like this. All you have to install is the track along the top. All the drilling & putting in of screws & things like that is involved with the track. Everything else hangs down & snaps on to the track. Once you've done the track, it all falls into place & it's very forgiving. Believe me if I can do it, you can do it. Number 1, the washer & dryer. I have a front loading washer & dryer, that gives me the surface on top of the washer & dryer to make that available for folding, or putting other items that need to be stored, like laundry baskets. The 2nd thing is sorting & staging space. This is space to sort your dirty clothes. What I've done is accommodate that in my closet upstairs. I do have a place for some dirty clothes, like dishtowels, that originate from this floor. The 3rd thing in an ideal laundry room is folding space. Because, I have a front loading washer & dryer, I can use the top of this for folding. Most of the time I enjoy taking the clothes over to another surface, like my sofa. That way I can interact with other people & have more space & listen to music or something else. Number 4 is hanging space. You want to have that close to the dryer so you can hang things up right when they're coming out & minimize the wrinkles. I was able to accommodate that on the back of the door. Number 5 is drip-dry space. For me this is one of the most important things because I have a lot of exercise clothing that I wear & my delicate items that I don't want to put in the dryer. Number 6, storage & shelving. For holding your clean clothes & other kinds of items, obviously I have a lot of shelving in here. This goes all the way up to the ceiling. I really have almost more space than I need, which is kind of funny. Number 7 is cleaning & laundry supplies. I have put all of that on the door. I also have a caddy that's on one of these upper shelves, so that I can grab a few things at once. Number 8 is an ironing station. This is one thing that I've taken completely out of this space & moved to the master closet. Number 9 is maintenance supplies. You want to have a place for handy household tools, like your tape measure, & common screwdrivers & things that you need. Number 10 is what we call "the lonely socks place." I believe when you have a sock that doesn't have its mate; you don't want to take that to a second location. Keep that centralized in the laundry area so that eventually they find their way to their match. At some point, I have a lonely socks wedding & put those together & donate whatever is left. Number 11 is pocket items, for things that fall out of your pockets in the dryer. Number 12 is a trash can for the dryer lint & all the other things that you pull out of pockets. That's how I've been able to accommodate all 12 of those functions in this small space & still have room to spare. If you need some help with this, our expert team at clutterdiet.com has helped thousands of people in 18 countries. We give advice online for about the price of a pizza. Come check us out at http://www.clutterdiet.com/learnmore. See you next time, & may you always be happy & grateful for having more than enough.
Hey loves, welcome back! It’s another dollar tree DIY. Watch me create this unique DIY laundry room wall decor piece using dollar store products. You can paint whatever colour you like so customizable to everyone’s taste . Enjoy. Don’t forget to check out my other Dollar tree DIY home decor projects and also please like , comment share and subscribe.
Click below to see the blog post and budget breakdown for this project: http://woman-by-design.com/install-laundry-room-shelf/ This is the video of how my husband and I installed a secondary shelf for our laundry room. It was a pretty simple project anyone can do to maximize storage in any small space. Click the link below to see the FULL Laundry Room Makeover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1KErFrWxi0 Connect With Us Online: Website: http://woman-by-design.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katherinewandell Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katherinewandell/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com
It's all about the features. Find out why a stainless steel backsplash, a quartz countertop, apron sink (farmhouse sink), bridge faucet, and excellent storage can make your laundry room dreams come true. Shot at Copperwood in Kleinburg (Sorbara Group of Companies). http://www.sorbara.com/homes/ SUBSCRIBE to get the latest Jane Lockhart content: https://www.youtube.com/user/jlidadmin Follow Jane Lockhart on social media... Twitter: @Jane_Lockhart Facebook: Jane Lockhart Interior Design Instagram: @janelockhartdesign Pinterest: Jane Lockhart Interior Design Houzz: Jane Lockhart Interior Design
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