15+ Laundry Room Organizer Hacks to Make Your Life More Easier

Letting clothes stack up in the laundry room is simple. But you are less likely to allow clutter and confusion to develop when you have a system in place. To get your laundry room in order once and for all, invest in some of these DIY and buyable solutions.

1. Downsize your bottles.


Letting clothes stack up in the laundry room is simple. But you are less likely to allow clutter and confusion to develop when you have a system in place. To get your laundry room in order once and for all, invest in some of these DIY and buyable solutions.

What you’ll need: Cake stand ($18, amazon.com)

2. Install a set of hooks.


To keep the room clean, hang up your cleaning supplies on hooks placed at your door or any empty wall space.

What you’ll need: Hooks ($8 for 16, amazon.com)

3. Separate your laundry into bins.


Here’s another way to help your family members sort the laundry: each number presents a different kind of item (such as white clothes or multicolored clothes).

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What you’ll need: Labeled storage bins ($23 for 4, amazon.com)

4. Create a miscellaneous items container.


We’re talking about change, lonely socks, basically a landing area for all the different items that come out of the wipe and you don’t know what to do with that.

What you’ll need: Large change jar ($15, amazon.com)

5. Assemble a moving laundry station.


Would you like to fold your laundry in front of your TV? There’s no question. This wheel organizer allows you to take this chore around the house with you.

Get the tutorial at Hoosier Homemade.

What you’ll need: Swivel casters with brake ($15, amazon.com)

6. Use a laundry guard.

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Use a laundry guard to prevent your dry clothes from falling and being lost before you shift to avoid losing your favorite shirt or pair of socks behind your computer.

7. Hang a helpful chart.


A handy poster can quickly help you determine the best temperatures for your loads and products on the washing machine.

Get the free printables at Everyday Best.

What you’ll need: Command strips ($9, amazon.com)

8. Designate a drip-dry zone.


Build a clothesline so that delicate clothes have a place to drip-dry and exercise garments. Were you short on space? Try a basic rod with hangers or a style that is tucked away.

What you’ll need: Tension rod ($19, amazon.com)

9. Mount a drying rack on the wall.


When you need it, this drying rack will stretch out, then tuck away securely for later use. Genius.

10. Make a lint box.


Avoid the trash bin and save all your lint in this sweet tub. Quick tip: Use the remaining lint to light an outdoor fire later.

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Get the tutorial at Polished Habitat.

What you’ll need: Brochure holder ($20, amazon.com)

11. Roll towels.


This approach will not only save room in your closet, but we also think it looks better than conventional folding.

12. Add open shelves.

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Forget space wasted on the wall. On these shelves, you can store detergent or stain remover and hang towels from the bottom. Talk about a design that works hard.

13. Make your door work harder.


Buy a hanging rack system for your door back so you can hold your nearby cleaning supplies and equipment.

Get the tutorial at My Sweet Savannah.

What you’ll need: Hanging rack ($18, amazon.com)

14. Hang your ironing board.


This DIY concept is another smart way to save room and avoid getting in the way of your bulky ironing board.

Get the tutorial at The Wood Grain Cottage.

What you’ll need: Wall hooks ($8 for 4, amazon.com)

15. Hide your ironing board in a drawer.

Not only does this genius idea save you space, it also avoids the hassle of taking the ironing board out of the closet and setting it up.

16. Use a slim rolling laundry cart.


Instead of letting waste go through the gap between your washer and drying, invest in a custom slim rolling cart that fits between your machines and can hold all of your cleaning supplies.

Get the tutorial at Infarrantly Creative.

What you’ll need: Wood glue ($7, amazon.com)

17. Buy a foldable drying rack.

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This drying rack is extremely versatile: when in use, it can accommodate up to 32 pounds of wet clothes, then it can be tucked out of the way to free up space once all is dry.

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18. Use pretty bins and baskets.


While keeping dirty clothes hidden, woven baskets (instead of plastic ones) will add some style to your laundry room.

What you’ll need: Woven basket ($50, amazon.com)

19. Add a folding station.

Get the tutorial at Vintage Revivals.

A.k.a. for a countertop. Give a mini makeover to your laundry room as this blogger did by adding a waterfall plywood counter on top of your machines.

What you’ll need: Wood screws ($7 for 150, amazon.com)

20. Separate clothes by color as you wear them.

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A three-piece hamper ensures that at the end of each day, kids will throw their whites, black, and colors into the specified hamper — and avoid separating the colors on the laundry day by themselves.

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