When you move into a new home, where you get to put your washer and dryer can make you feel limited. Usually there is a designated spot all set up for your laundry machines and you don’t really get much of a choice in the matter. But, what if you had the chance to pick where your washer and dryer lived? If you happen to be renovating your current home or building, or redesigning a new one, check out these convenient locations where you could put your washer and dryer to help set up your life exactly the way you want it.
If you could put your washer and dryer anywhere, having them sit in a hallway closet is a simple and discreet option. Hallways connect all the rooms in the house, making them a central place for everyone to drop off laundry.
When deciding where to put your washer and dryer, why not consider placing them in your kitchen? Whether it’s cooking, reading your mail, eating a snack, or talking over a hot beverage, you’re in your kitchen a lot. It’s the hub of the house for many families and keeping a stacked laundry pair behind seamless cabinetry can help increase efficiency. Now, you’ll be just a couple steps away from clean clothes and a full tummy.
This is another unusual spot to place your washer and dryer, but just like using your kitchen for laundry space, having your bathroom store your washing machines has multiple perks. Because water is already running through this room, the setup isn’t that difficult!
Not to mention, you’d technically have a towel warmer in your bathroom – making the after-shower chills a thing of the past. Just throw the towel you wanna use into your dryer before stepping into the shower or bath and pull it out when you’re done for a luxurious experience.
If you have a home with a mudroom, using it as a space to place your washer and dryer makes a lot of sense. On rainy days that get your clothes soaked, coming home to a washer and dryer is a wonderful first thing to see when you open the door. No need to slosh through the house and make a mess when you have a laundry pair ready to wash and dry your sweatshirt as soon as you enter the house.
Having a washer and dryer in your garage gives you more space in your home but also more space to be creative in your garage! They are good blank slates that allow you to design a unique laundry room setup.
While they may be farther than if placed inside the house, the distance helps keep the sound at bay. You’ll never have to listen to your washer and dryer’s loud cleaning ever again!
Giving your laundry machines their own room is a smart decision, especially if you have a lot of dirty clothes that take up a lot of space. From your partner to your kids, washing, drying, and folding clothes can become a full-time job, so having the right space can help make your working environment feel more organized.
Make it a cozy place by adding a comfy lounging chair and even a television to make laundry a fun time you look forward to.
While choosing where you get to put your washer and dryer is fun, it’s not really as important as getting to actually choose your washer and dryer. Visit our store to learn not only about our laundry machines, but also about the services we provide with them!