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Laundry Closet Products

How do you organize your laundry closet? If you have a laundry closet with limited space, check out the below post for some organizing BEFORE/AFTER inspiration, as well as some product recommendations that may work in your space!


Open-Faced Bins

Open-faced bins, such as these Utility Stackable Bins, make it easy to reach in and grab what you need without having to pull any of the bins down (if your height allows, of course!). If you are height challenged, this tiny Kikkerland Easy Fold Step Stool is quite handy.


Clear Bins

Clear bins, such as these iDesign Narrow Pantry Bins are a great option if you want to quickly and easily see what you have. And, don't forget the real estate on top of the cabinet! A great spot for bulkier items. These Plastic Storage Bins with Handles come in various sizes (and colors!). Just be sure you have enough clearance with the ceiling!


Rolling Carts

No space for anything? Try something like this teeny tiny rolling cart from Amazon and some Command Hooks. Be sure to always measure when choosing storage products!


Large Baskets

If you are storing bulky linens and towels, be sure to use large baskets and other storage solutions, such as the Montauk Bin, the Palm Leaf Tapered Basket, or PEVA Storage Chests.


Plastic Bins

If you have items to store that are of all different sizes, don't be afraid to choose bins of different sizes as well! Just be sure they are consistent from a color and material standpoint to ensure the system looks cohesive. You can try something like these plastic storage bins or these Like-It Modular Drawer Organizers (or both!!).


Embrace Color!

Lastly, don't be afraid to have fun with color! When the white cabinets (above) are closed, the only thing you see is the bold teal bins up top, which is fun! We all need a pop of brightness while doing laundry, right? :)

Happy organizing!

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