Nancy Reading wrote:I wanted to put the washing machine in the bathroom - but apparently that's too dodgy electricity wise...having an annex though, that makes sense I should think. I'd not want to get dressed too far away from my bed in the morning though, the house is too cold to be wandering round without several layers of clothes on!
Mark Brunnr wrote:I've seen houses that have a clothing duct in the wall that goes from the bedroom down to the basement, and the basket is left in the basement so clothes land in it. That seems over manufactured to me but the people that used it liked it. Saved them going down two flights of stairs carrying the basket.
Matt McSpadden wrote:A pretty cool idea. Personally I've always like the idea of a walk-through dressing room to get to the bedroom. Just stick a washer or dryer in there :)
Cris Smith wrote:I've seen newer houses that have the washing machine and dryer … located in the upstairs / near the bedrooms.
Eric Hanson wrote:I find this thread very intriguing.
Though not exactly a Permie idea, I knew a person who tried to combine the “efficiency” of not carrying laundry up and down from bedrooms to the laundry room.