5 Laundry Room Upgrades to Try in 2020
Who says that laundry has to be a chore? When it comes to interior design, most people overlook laundry rooms or just don’t know how to decorate it. Laundry may not be a glamorous thing to do, but that doesn’t mean the space you do it can’t be. Instead of racking your brain is trying to figure out how to design your laundry room, here are some great ideas for you to try out in the new coming year. Whether you are planning a new laundry room or wanting to update your current one, use our helpful list to get you inspired.
Laundry Room Soaking Spot
Spots and stains are the worst to have and sometimes can be even worse to get out. So, the sooner you tackle the spots, the better your chances are of getting them out. The best solution to this? Install a soaking station like a faucet and sink to really help you with your laundry load.
Exquisitely styled for your transitional taste, this faucet will enhance your kitchen living space. The Kingston Brass Laundry Faucet and its featured sturdy brass construction and premium brushed nickel finish, are guaranteed to glamorize your home’s transitional ensemble for years to come.
Shelves for Folding
The longest and most tedious part of laundry is folding them all. Every article of clothing and every towel that gained a stain, it’s a long and so tiring. The worst part is that sometimes you run out of space to even fold. So, the best solution to that is to install some shelves and start making your job a little easier.
This faucet is perfect for those seeking inspiration from the exquisite artistry and architecture of the traditional Victorian era. Ideal for more spacious bathrooms, widespread faucets are more spread apart and feature a 3-hole installation.
Laundry Room Drying Rack
In a small laundry room, you’ll want to keep your surfaces clutter-free, which means you should look at how you can build more space with what you have: i.e. the walls. Install a hanging drying rack to keep things out of your way and make laundry a little easier for you.
This faucet tastefully interweaves top-notch ergonomic design and the sheen of contemporary simplicity with its black silicone rubber coated handles and cylindrical facets. Attached to the wall behind your sink, the horizontal pop adds a stunning element to your bathroom design. Clean-up is also made a breeze as counter space is cleared up.
If you’re tired of lugging large piles of laundry back and forth from the room to room, then consider investing in a portable hamper. Make doing laundry easier on yourself with a portable hamper that has soft handles unlike hard plastic hampers and odor-control. Put the totes in any room where laundry tends to build up and then just grab and go.
This faucet tastefully interweaves top-notch ergonomic design and the sheen of contemporary simplicity with its black silicone rubber coated handles and cylindrical facets. Single-hole bathroom faucets with optional deck plates are ideal for smaller bathrooms and feature an easy 1 or 3-hole installation. Remove the deck plate for ease of cleaning and a more streamlined design.