Baker's KitchenTransitional Laundry Room, DC Metro
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4. Freestanding StorageWhile built-ins and custom cabinetry are great, it’s also nice to see some easy storage solutions homeowners can do themselves. In this Washington, D.C., laundry room by Jack Rosen Custom Kitchens and Haus Interior Design, freestanding utility shelves provide a space for folded clothing, extra towels, baskets of laundry supplies and more. Find utility shelves in the Houzz Shop
5. Organize the laundry room with a few little tweaks. Make your laundry routine run smoother with the right tools for the job. If you’re missing any of these elements for a streamlined washday, consider adding them this weekend.Jar or bowl for pocket changeWastebasketHanging rod and hangersLaundry baskets for sortingShelves for clean towelsTrending Now: Ideas From the Most Popular New Laundry Rooms
7. Clever touches. This laundry room in Washington, D.C., offers plenty of great ideas. The stainless steel shelving unit to the left of the washer and dryer is ideal for storing towels, the rod above the sink is a smart way to hang wet items, and the glass bowl with scoop makes a stylish container for detergent.