May 27, 2020 1:10 pm
Re: European Laundry cupboard vs Full Laundry?2
May 27, 2020 8:32 pm
I'd prefer a euro laundry. I don't use a basket, and I only do one load a week though. It really depends on your circumstances
Re: European Laundry cupboard vs Full Laundry?4
May 28, 2020 12:40 am
My clothes line has always been right next to the laundry so I’ve never needed one, and when I take the clean dry clothes upstairs I just pile them up and carry them
Re: European Laundry cupboard vs Full Laundry?6
May 28, 2020 1:10 am
Hm. Maybe two meters distance, 2.5 max. I’ve always just piled them up on my shoulder and done like 6 garments at a time. I have a small amount of washing compared to what everyone else seems to do though, so maybe not the best example.
If you have a large/frequent wash schedule then it might not be right. My laundry is quite small and every house I’ve rented has had small laundry’s and never had a problem. However I complain every day that my bathroom is too small haha
Re: European Laundry cupboard vs Full Laundry?7
May 28, 2020 1:24 am
It sounds like it will be a pain in the ... to do it without a basket.
My clothesline will be somewhere in the backyard, so it'll probably be much more than 2 metres. And also up and down a couple of steps as well.
Yeah, it's for a 4 bedroom home.
Then again, a smaller bathroom might not be great. So, I don't know.
Re: European Laundry cupboard vs Full Laundry?8
May 28, 2020 2:32 am
Wouldn't it be nice if we could see into the future? Or see pathways into the future. You could see which one had the most regret, the smaller laundry or the smaller bathroom.
Like the spacing guild of Dune. Where they would see beforehand if a jump was going to crash into a star or something.
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