- Mud room (see above).
- Gift wrapping room
- Second gift wrapping room for gift overflow
- Flower arranging room
- Craft room
- Wine Room (actually we have one of those)
- Box room
- Linen Room
Well that's what I thought. But I have realised today that we did something wrong when we renovated our house pre children.
We did not leave enough room for linen and laundry storage. I mean who does? The laundry is always the one shoved into the corner left over space. And as most architects are men, it is the last thing on their minds (there I said it, sorry but it was true for our architects).
So some days even with only two children, I do feel a little bit like this.
Unsurprisingly Martha Stewart has a lovely linen room and this is what I would like if I had a spare room, which I don't:
If not a dedicated linen room, then a very large laundry with linen space would be wonderful:
Or if not a room maybe just a cupboard (or linen press), which is my current situation:
Or maybe just a little set of shelves:
I must say I need to have a really good reorganise. Tomorrow.
What do you think? How do you store your linens and towels? Where do you fold your laundry? Or is it not worth even thinking about?
(Images: (1) SeattleMag.com (2) State Library of Victoria (3) Marthamoments.blogspot (4) Interiordec.about.com (5) Cookie Mag (6) Simplynaturaldecor.blogspot (7) Apartment Therapy(8) Anhminh.com)