Family Spaces for Less: Utility Closet Next Page Previous Page JANUARY 13, 2012 Storing cleaning supplies and tools can be tricky. First, you need a closet that has space to hold brooms, mops, vacuums, and all those helpful cleansers. Second, you want to keep these items within arms reach of the kitchen or laundry room. Today, we are sharing a narrow closet solution, which stores all of the necessities needed to keep a tidy home. A Five-Slot Mop and Broom Holder helps keep the larger size items off the floor. Mesh organizing baskets are great for holding bottles, sponges, and other smaller items. The mesh prevents dust from getting stuck inside the bins. Wall wire mesh organizers are a great choice for closets that do not have enough shelving to hold cleaning tools. For small spaces, we always suggest storing as much as you can on the interior walls. Store your paper towels on this stainless paper towel holder in the closet and gain more kitchen counter space. Place stacking bins on the shelves to hold the items you don’t use as frequently. Stacking Bins for Shelves W
house cleaning closet organization. I could get something like this at Ikea and keep it in the laundry room?
I love this cleaning closet in the kitchen. My cleaning stuff is in the laundry room which is no where near the kitchen...which is the really dirty room in the house.
Love this idea! We have a closet that we dont use that would be perfect for this! Cleaning Closet - Finding a place to stow cleaning supplies can be challenging, especially if storage space is limited. Here, a narrow closet nook corrals essential supplies near the kitchen. Small bins organize bottles and brushes, and a door-mounted holder secures taller tools. (in laundry room)