Laundry Solution: A Built In Air Dry Clothes Rack
I have air dried the majority of my clothes for the last several years. My husband and I have always had a clothesline that runs across our living space (it helps when you live in an open loft). It works great, but by doing that we look a little bit like poor college kids. This built-in laundry rack is a perfect DIY solution, especially as we head into sweater season.We love the idea of trying to use our dryer less and treat our clothes as best as possible.
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Laundry Drying Rack
Declutter your laundry room with this dual-purpose laundry rack. It has long bars where you can hang clothes to dry, plus an optional hinged table that provides a perfect place for folding and sorting clothes.
How To Build a DIY Ballard Designs Laundry Drying Rack
Learn how to build a DIY beadboard laundry drying rack inspired by Ballard Designs. Free building plans and tutorial by Jen Woodhouse via The House of Wood.
Give your home’s most hardworking room an easy makeover with a few key organization updates. On top of washing and drying duties, laundry rooms usually serve other roles too: linen closet, mudroom, storage room, multipurpose room, etc. If your laundry room is on the smaller size, you know that utilizing every inch of space is important. First, make a point to keep the clutter and piles of dirty clothes to a minimum; letting even little messes pile up can quickly make the room look and feel…
Our Cloth Diaper Routine
If you are considering cloth diapering but haven't made the plunge yet, do it. Seriously, you won't regret it. The cloth diapers on the market today aren't your grandma's nappies. They are cute, absorbent, and (in the long run) very affordable. I know they sound like a lot of work, but once it's part of your routine you'll hardly even notice the laundering. And you'll never have to run out to the store just for a box of diapers again! There is a wealth of information around the web on cloth…