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Our hero piece. The idea was to create a space in which you could hide every cleaning essential. We even created our own handy J hook and tan leather strop to secure unruly vacuum nozzles and broom handles into place.
This is how to create your very own airing cupboard wherever you have the room. Fully ventilated from tip to toe, condensation need never cross your mind. And inside there are five adjustable shelves and an oak hanging rail.
Washing machine below, tumble dryer sat on its shoulders, this is a cupboard that not only keeps appliances behind closed doors, but also frees up floor space. And with its open back, it means there’s never a battle with cabling.
One-up, one-down, this compact cabinet is ideal for small spaces or at the end of a run where there’s a slot aside the washing machine. We like to use it as a miniature laundry trolley with lights in one basket and darks in the other.
A larger version of the laundry base cabinet. It shares the same characteristics but is for homes with a little more space to play with. Not only perfect as a laundry area, its four woven rattan baskets can also be used to store washing essentials.
This is a laundry solution that takes up zero floor space and will be welcomed into homes little and large. So much more than shelving, it has a traditional oak airing rack that glides out when needed. If we had to describe it in one word, we'd say discreet.
Another clever space-saver. At the edge of the shelf is an oak rail for airing garments on clothes hangers with peg hooks beneath. It could even be used within a cloakroom as a more versatile coat rack. Whatever your home calls for the most.
Make the most of every bit of wall space you have with this solid oak rail. Designed to be used between wall cabinets as an additional hanging rail, it can take an impressive amount of weight. And when it’s not in use, it’s happy to blend into the background.