Laundry rooms are often some of the most chaotic rooms in the house. They can be cluttered with laundry baskets, clothes, and other items. It can be difficult to keep the laundry room organized and tidy.
However, there are a few tips that can help make laundry room organization a bit easier. One tip is to invest in some laundry room storage solutions. This could include laundry baskets that can be stored on shelves, or even a laundry room cabinet where cleaning supplies can be stored.
Now here’s a DIY laundry sorter project you can do if you want an improved and more organized laundry room! This laundry sorter is perfect for small spaces. It includes a hanging rod for shirts and pants, as well as a lid to hide dirty clothes. The lid also doubles as a surface for folding clean laundry. This hamper is a great way to keep your laundry organized and out of sight.
The hampers are designed for easy removal, so you can take them out when you need to wash them or when you have dirty laundry. This laundry sorter makes it easy to keep your space clean and tidy and means you won’t have to lug a heavy hamper around when you’re doing laundry.
Removable Laundry Bags: Waterproof lining which prevents clothes from unpleasant odor, each basket can hold at least 25lb.
If you prefer a mobile unit, you can simply make some minor changes and add wheel casters to this laundry sorter design. This will allow you to easily move the unit around as needed, which can be helpful if you have a small space or need to move the unit out of the way periodically. Additionally, adding wheel casters can also make it easier to transport the unit to a laundromat or other location if needed.
If you’re looking for a laundry sorter that can make your life easier, you may want to consider this option. This sorter has three compartments, so you can easily sort your laundry into lights, darks, and delicates. It also has a built-in lint trap, so you can easily remove lint and hair from your clothes. Plus, the wheels on the bottom make it easy to move from room to room. What do you think? Is this the perfect laundry sorter for you?
Take a closer look at our below gallery to get a better idea of the unit’s appearance and be sure to check out the step-by-step tutorial linked below the album! By doing so, you’ll be able to get a better understanding of how to put the unit together and what materials you’ll need.
What you need to build a laundry sorter with a hanging rod…
You’ll need these materials:
- 2″x10″x8′ Board
- 2 pcs 1″x4″x8′ Furring Strips
- 32″ long 1″ diameter Dowel
- 3 pcs 32″ long 3/8″ diameter Hardwood Dowels
- 2 pcs each – 3″ Strap Hinges and 3″ Tee Hinges
- 2 pcs 2″ Hooks & Eyes
- 2″ and 1-1/2″ Wood Screws
- 3/8″ Wood Plugs
- Masking Tape
- Wood Glue
- Wood Finish (of choice)
- 6’x9′ Canvas Drop Cloth
- 1/2 yard, 45″ wide Medium-Heavy Weight Fusible Interfacing
- Matching Thread
And these tools:
- Table Saw
- Miter Saw
- Brad Nailer
- Cordless Drill and Right Angle Drill
- Forstner Bits
- Wood Clamps
- Sewing Machine and other Sewing Essentials
- Steam Iron
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If you have gathered all the materials needed for this project, you are ready to start building your own laundry sorter. Dani over at The Project Lady provides step-by-step instructions for this easy project. Building your own laundry sorter will save you money and allow you to customize it to fit your needs. This is a great project for anyone who wants to declutter their laundry room.