While most homemakers would not consider the laundry room their favorite place in the home, there is no doubt that an efficient, well-planned laundry space can make necessary chores easier.
If your existing laundry is a walk-through passage from the garage to the kitchen, or a room that serves as the back-door to your home, you might yearn for a dedicated laundry room that doesn’t feel like a traffic circle.
On the other hand, if your washer and dryer are now tucked away behind doors in a small closet, you may dream of a room that incorporates a separate sink, ample storage and counter space for folding.
The key to planning a laundry center is to decide on its location. Placing it near the kitchen can be efficient because it is near the work core of the home, and it’s often easy to tap into existing water and drain lines. A laundry center near the bedroom wing, however, has the advantage of saving steps both in gathering dirty laundry and returning clean clothes and bed linens to their point of use.
A basement laundry was once the norm, and can still be functional and efficient, particularly if your plans call for space that does double duty for other needs — a hobby center, perhaps. Finally, a closet for stackable appliances on the second floor is a huge convenience, especially if there are teens in the home whose clothes constitute the bulk of the laundry.
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