LAUNDRY LINE - VIA: HOMESTEAD REVIVAL - "I don't know who's more excited about our new laundry line: me or my husband! He did such a lovely job crafting exactly what I wanted. Quite the perfectionist when it comes to woodworking, he wanted them to be just right. And they are!"
For many, especially younger generations, the latter statement is closest to being true. When the clothes dryer entered the America household in the 1950s, line-drying soon fell out of vogue and families began to rely on this modern appliance to quickly and easily complete a necessary household chore.
Line Drying Clothes is Therapeutic to Me ~ 25 Tips
No idea what it is about clotheslines that can make someone feel so happy. Just something so relaxing about seeing sheets blow in the breeze with the smell of pure sunshine. <3 (Link: 25 Line-Drying Tips)
We've had a folding drying rack for a few years, and it's falling apart. Somewhere down the line it lost a few screws, and it's really wobbly now. Hang too many clothes on it and it topples over! So we like this suggestion for installing a wall-mounted clothes rack, courtesy of Chez Larsson. It's also a great way to make use of an awkward corner, or a bit of empty space that doesn't fit any furniture.