We often neglect to include our laundry when decorating our homes. Good thing there are hampers that can help keep the room attractive. However, it’s not enough to have a stylish laundry hamper. Knowing where to place it also makes a lot of difference. Whether as a movable object or a fixture, let your style show by integrating it into your design!
Clothes baskets are available in various sizes, materials, and shapes. Traditional hampers are covered in cloth or made of wicker. Industry-made resin or plastic carts also offer a fine array of choices. What’s important is that it will last. Moisture from the clothes often reacts with some materials, which makes plastic and resin-based hampers preferable in most cases. However, you can also opt for coated wicker hampers. Whatever the material may be, you should prevent it from getting molds and mildew. Keep it dry and well-ventilated.
Hampers can help keep the bedroom tidy, especially for children. There are special designs for kids, which make them more appealing and more engaging. This helps develop good laundry habits. Just imagine your kids having fun shooting their balled-up live carts dirty clothes on a hoop above it.
Most adults prefer matching their clothes baskets with the rest of the room’s design. Most stores now offer bedding sets that include it, though you can also buy additional baskets with matching materials. Alternatively, you can just opt to choose those whose colors accentuate your room’s theme.
Investing in clothes baskets may sound like another expense, but it’s definitely not a waste of money. Besides, it doesn’t have to be costly – though admittedly, some really cool designs may be a bit too pricey for most. To save on costs, you can just use your own creativity. Making your own is actually simple. An easy way to do it is by getting a plain hamper and wrapping it up with a material that matches the interior of your room. You can then use glue or staple gun to keep it in place. What’s important is that it will be something that won’t stop you from being proud of your room and your home.