It is often true that the simple things in life are the ones that make us the most happy. Within our homes the unsung and hardly glamorous laundry room serves to keep the engine of our lives working well. Though clean socks may not guarantee happiness, it is a start.
Even though it is true that a stacked washer-dryer works fine in a closet and clothes can soak in your kitchen sink and I may even recall many a day, before I came across no-iron cotton shirts, pulling the ironing board from storage to touch up my cuffs. You can find, in reality, many workarounds to some dedicated laundry room but having the first is certainly the gold standard of clean clothes. The perfect laundry room can include a fold down ironing board, of course a washer/dryer, a generous sink, storage galore, and, best of all, room to fold, organize, and work.
You will find three popular places in a two story home that this cleaning hub winds up: the basement, the primary living floor and also the second (bedroom) floor. Each location does have its pros and cons.
The basement is often the default location if there isn’t room anywhere else. It really is isolated and for that reason unobtrusive, but is inconvenient for attending to loads of laundry and distributing the finished product.
The first floor is generally within the thick of things and it is easiest for any family that is certainly in the midst of twelve projects and requires the laundry room to clean boots, soaking delicate clothes, and constant plenty of laundry that everybody is attending to. A Garbage Chute Fusible Link can mitigate the need to be constantly running up and down the steps.
The next floor is the place where most the laundry is generated and distributed making it an ideal place for the laundry room. The primary drawback is it is not the most convenient spot when most people are downstairs as well as the wbixoa need to be moved from your washing machine towards the dryer. It could be a short walk to dressers though when those clothes have to be put away.
No two families are similar, and what works perfectly for just one rarely is perfect for another and those needs change over time. Speaking as being a father of three: a laundry room generally is one of those simple pleasures that people all appreciate.