Create a slat wall system, like the ones common in garage organization, on the wall above your folding table to keep everything you need within arms reach. Baskets, hooks and a paper towel holder are a few useful accessories that find a home on the wall.
Teach family members better laundry room habits with numbered, dedicated docking stations for their individual loads. Cute tags identify which room each basket belongs to. With this easy, grab-and-go solution, maybe they'll be more likely to come and collect their own laundry. It's worth a try.
Glass drink decanters are not just for backyard parties anymore! Use a beautiful drink decanter with a spout to hold your laundry detergent and fabric softener. It's a breeze to pour bulk-sized detergent – or make your own in a few simple steps. With clear glass, you'll never miss a cue when you're out of detergent.
Creating an attractive cleaning supply kit can take the sting out of doing chores. Fun colors for sponges and brushes complement a sturdy repurposed vintage wood toolbox. Grommets and stick-on hooks keep cleaning gloves at hand, and are tucked away under a bench seat.
A clean baking sheet can keep things at your fingertips in lower cabinetry and catch any drips before they can damage the interior of your storage areas. Add felt furniture pads underneath for smooth sailing.
Here's a borrowed closet trick from the professional organizing industry: a folding board can ensure that slippery sweaters, unruly t-shirts, and other items you regularly stack are the same size. Once folded, items will fit perfectly into smaller spots in your closet or drawers.