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    Wooden ladder used as a laundry drying rack... we love this idea! Check out more way to repurpose ladders around the house in this HomeGoods blog by Joan.

    I know plenty of females that use drying racks. So, if we can find a certain kind that will enable the use of many of them in a small space, it would help both the usage and appearance of the laundry room! I would put these over a sink.

    lovelovelove the drying racks...pretty laundry room. I would read in there, too. via Erin at the house of turquoise

    Baby gates into laundry drying racks. Now THIS is totally clever! (pinned to upcycled stuff and hh laundry boards) I think this would work SO well, perfect use of old baby gates, and with a minimum of effort. Really genius - I need this!

    This DIY laundry room drying rack from Centsational Girl could work well in a bathroom, too.

    How to Build a Laundry Room Drying Rack + Supplies: 2 x 2’ precut birch (1/2 inch thick) Two 1/2 x 2” poplar boards Two 3/8” dowel rods (48” long) Sash lock Narrow loose pin hinges (set of two) D ring hangers for mounting on wall Bracketed hinge for side (or chain with small screw eyes) Three white porcelain knobs Primer and paint of choice

    Install a drying rack. A clothes dryer uses a lot of energy, so why not give it a break and air dry? Installing a wall-mounted unit like the one shown here won't get in the way in smaller laundry rooms and will help you air dry your clothes in rain or shine. Browse drying racks I also love the finish on these cabinets

    I would never fall behind in laundry if I had such a sunny, organized space to do it in. Maybe I should just settle for the clothespin rug.

    Clever idea with the ladder for drying or in entry for coats if big enough entry...