Whether you have a huge laundry and or smaller European-style one, the way you design the joinery can make a huge difference to how practical the space is for you. We love adding pull-out mechanisms where possible to create functional spaces that are free of clutter so you can be as productive as possible in there. There are 5 types in particular that we use often that we believe can make a big difference to any Laundry:
1 | Pull-out hampers
If you're sick of seeing dirty clothes piling up on floors, chairs and benches, then a pull-out clothes hamper may be the perfect solution for you. There are many options for sizes and number of hampers so you can select the right one to suit your family and how you like to wash. We love placing these right next to the washing machine for easy access.
2 | Pull-out ironing board
Ironing boards can be quite large to store and then frustrating to take out and set up. If you're someone that needs to iron quite often, you may therefore benefit from a pull-out ironing board. These sit neatly folded inside a drawer and are very easy to pull out and set up. They are also available in multiple configurations so they can suit any type of space available.
3 | Broom cupboard hanging
Make the most of your broom cupboard space and keep it nice and tidy with one of the many available hanging configurations. You can add shelves, hooks, mop/broom holders, vacuum hose holders, and more to suit your specific needs and broom cupboard size.
4 | Pull-out shelves for cleaning items
Make the most of the space under your sink (or in any cupboard) by adding pull out shelving to neatly store and reach all your cleaning items. Make it even more practical by selecting a pull out option that is also detachable, so you can take your cleaning items with you as needed and neatly returned them to their spot when you're done.
5 | Pull-out drying racks
Drying clothes can be a bit of a hassle, particularly if you don't have or want a dryer. Luckily, there are a few options available to integrate into your laundry joinery to make this process a lot easier. We love pull-out drying racks like the below image, that can fit under-bench or into a dedicated drying cupboard. If space is an issue, you may consider adding a clothes rail above your benchtop instead (remember to leave at least 900mm height to fit hanging shirts), or a pull down rack on a nearby wall instead.
I hope these ideas have been helpful! If you want to find out more about how we can help you with your project, get in contact with us below:
Have a wonderful week!