A few days ago I posted about innovative ideas for handling the transport and efficient flow of laundry, including having two laundry rooms, two dryers, laundry chutes, and other thoughts.
What if you turn this entire thing on its ear? The whole struggle centers around carting laundry to and from bedrooms, right? There is a concept called the "family closet," in which all clothing in the house is stored in one big wardrobe room/utility room together. Yes, that’s right, all the clothing is here, so when it’s dried and folded, it’s just two steps away to put it back where it goes.
I had heard of this concept in a magazine a long time ago, and recently found a post where someone is doing this– she says it has cut her laundry time in half!
I guess everyone in the family just needs a really good bathrobe to go get dressed in there after their showers…? Or maybe the policy is that you choose your outfit before bathing? Very interesting! What do you think? Post a comment and let me know!