Bamboo Hamper, Anthropologie, $148
Small and wall-adhesive, this hamper is a particularly great find for tiny (or even non-existent) laundry rooms. Keep dirty clothes out of sight and off the floor with this chic object.
Råskog Utility Cart, Ikea, $24.99
While not expressly created for laundry rooms, this utility cart is definitely a handy tool. Keep anything from detergents to baskets of clothespins in it, and make use of the wheels to tote it around and re-use for storage in any other room of the house.
Folding Fabric-Lined Chest, Zara Home, $99.90
If you have the space, this larger hamper is worth sacrificing some valuable floor real estate. It’s perfect for families because of how much it can hold—plus, the flat surface leaves extra room for keeping folded clothes.
Wall Hooks, Etsy, $12
No space for a hanging rack? Invest in some quality hangers (AKA: Toss those cheap wire ones that leave indentations in all your shirts) and let your clothes dry on these minimalist hooks.
Storage Basket, H&M, $29.99
A sturdy basket is a necessity in pretty much every room of the house, but in the laundry room it’s great because it can serve as storage for both dirty and clean, ready-to-fold clothes.
Bamboo Dryer Rack, Target, $37.49
Simple, cost-effective, and space-saving, this drying rack is a must for anyone from college students to apartment-dwellers. It folds flat so you can easily fit it underneath your bed or behind a door when you need to free up space.
Wooden Clothing Rack, Urban Outfitters, $99
Another ideal tool for larger laundry rooms, this clothing rack is perfect for holding a laundry hamper—or the aforementioned basket—as well as hanging shirts waiting to be ironed or put away.
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