No longer just for dirty socks, a great laundry room today is smarter than ever as the space becomes multi-purpose for busy families. LCT Team clients are looking for functionality says Realtor and team member Michelle Arnold.
“Most of my clients are working from home and need space which serves a variety of uses for their busy lives and busy children,” Michelle explains.
Great Laundry Room Ideas – Double Duty
The Tennessean recently profiled laundry rooms in some homes provided by the LCT Team because they are being used for a variety of workspaces. From wrapping centers and craft space to extra counters for entertaining prep stations, the laundry room is designed for more than just a washer and dryer.
Laundry Room Options
Gone are the days when a home has a dedicated room for one activity. “Many of my clients have several children. They need to utilize all space and are looking for a hobby area as well as room to clean and dry athletic uniforms,” says Michelle.
Space to hang drying clothes is important too. “For smaller laundry rooms, storage and space to air dry is helpful. I have three busy daughters with school and sports uniforms which I like to hang after cleaning,” Michelle said.
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If you are looking for a new home with great features, contact the LCT Team today at 615-595-5883 or click here to see new listings. The nine-person real estate team, led by Lisa Culp Taylor, has new homes available weekly!