Maybe the ladder laundry rack I built doesn't work for you. So, check the examples of what other Moms have done with to solve their laundry hanging needs. Some are made from actual ladders, and some are made from repurposed baby cribs. Some of these laundry racks you can make and some you can buy.
P.S. All of the photos are links to the suggested sites and may be subject to copyright restrictions. Each will open into a new window.
If you do like the one I built, click on the photo to see how to make it yourself for about $20!
If you create high storage in the laundry a library-style ladder might just work! In this case, the ladder also provides nice contrast with the white cabinetry. This room was designed by Sarah Barnard, HGTV.
If you have room on the wall, converting the side of a crib may be a quick option for creating hanging and drying space.
Another example of the side of a crib being repurposed! This ladder laundry rack was made to hang from a door! A great option if you are short on wall space.
The two earlier DIY projects showed the sides of the crib being used as a laundry dryer rack. This one uses the springs! In the right space this would be a great solution!
If you have wall space, a fold-down ladder laundry rack might work for you. It could be made as a single, as shown here, or a double, or custom made to fit an exact space.
I had seen several photos of this ladder on Pinterest, and adapted the idea to fit the space I had in my laundry room.
To see the whole story of this ladder as part of a laundry room makeover, visit this page at Me And My DIY! Or just click on the photo.
This Mom, Little Lucy Lu, used an existing wooden ladder to create hanging space in her laundry room. To read her story, click here or on the photo.
Most of us don't have easy access to vintage wooden ladders like this couple did, much less ladders that are FREE! So we learn how to make our own version.
But it is nice to see how others have used them. Click here or on the photo to check out this laundry room makeover.
This" laundry ladder clothes airer" is sold in England. I liked the look of it! And when you read about it, and look at the photos, the quality is obvious.
The craftswomen and men on ETSY makes many different kinds of laundry drying racks. If you don't want to make one of your own, check out one of these options. Many of the woodworkers on ETSY will also custom make items to fit your spaces.
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