Monday, July 15, 2013
Are you like me — someone who does a lot of line-drying of the laundry? Some of the clothes I prefer to line dry (after a quick spin in the dryer) get hung up on a curtain rod; smaller items get hung in the bathroom, on the shower door. If you'd prefer a somewhat nicer looking alternative, I've got plenty of interesting options to show you — beyond those I found back in January 2011.
This clothes drying rack from Artweger is small enough to fit in many bathtubs, or on a balcony. Artweger has sales outlets in many countries — two places to buy this rack are here and here — but, sadly, not the U.S. The company makes a larger version, too, for those with more space.
This 8-arm drying rack can hold heavy wet towels and blankets, the vendor says. The 8-arm rack sold by Lehman's might well be the same thing. Another lovely version of the same type of product comes from Black Country Metalworks Ltd.
Another nice wall-mounted drying rack comes from Arredamenti Italia. I found it for sale here and here — but no place outside of Europe.
If you happen to have a radiator, this radiator rack from deVOL might interest you.
And here's the Slimline, a drying rack designed for small spaces. [via organizer Stacey Anderson]
Finally, I wanted to show you one product designed for outdoors. You don't need me to point you to clotheslines — but how many of you knew there was a Laundry Dome? (I didn't, until today.)
Drying the Laundry Inside - Without a Dryer
Drying the Laundry Inside - Drying Racks, Part 2