Use Curtains to Separate Your Space
If you don’t have a door on your laundry room but would like to separate the space, consider using a simple curtain rod and curtains. This is a great option if your washer/dryer is somewhere more visible in your home. While curtains won’t provide any sound protection, it’s a perfect solution for hiding these large appliances.
Create a Folding Station
Even in a tiny space, you might have some spare room for a folding station. If you’re handy, consider creating a solution that can fold down and back up when not in use to save a bit more space.
Use Pedestal Drawers Under Your Washer/Dryer
One of my favorite tiny laundry room hacks is using pedestal drawers under washer/dryer units. These are basically drawers that fit perfectly under your washer or dryer. While this is not an option for every washer/dryer model, many of the newer units offer this additional add-on.
The nice thing about these pedestal drawers is that they also raise up your units, making them easy to access. Many of the drawers feature sectioned storage areas that allow you to store detergent, dryer sheets and other laundry supplies.
If you’re buying new washer/dryers, make sure to ask if pedestals are available. And if you have existing washer/dryers that you’d like to retrofit with pedestals, contact your manufacturer to see if they offer that option.