Where do you keep your washing machine/dryer?


#1
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • Garage/Shed
  • Living/Dining Room (Eh?)
  • Conservatory
  • Bedroom/Spare Bedroom
  • Bathroom (Nurse…)
  • Hallway (Wot?)

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Feel free to go into extensive details if none of the above adequately cover your situation…


#2

For me the least weird option is the kitchen.

If i had a bigger house i’d probably have a seperate laundry room.

Most of the other options are a bit…strange.


#3

Kitchen because I’m not a Tory.


#4

Wish I could afford to have a separate laundry room. Though if I did I would probably keep the washing machine in the kitchen and use the spare room for books and vinyl (and one of my record players).


#5

You missed out utility room. We just moved house and have it in the kitchen now. Old place it was in the utility room. Good room for a washing machine, much missed.


#6

Kitchen because that’s where the plumbing for it is.


#7

Anyone here got a scullery?


#8

don’t have one. have to use the laundrette :confused:


#9

Check your Western privilege, mate.


#10

Alright Cerys Matthews.


#11

I’d love to do like they do in Texas and bung it out in the garden under a lean to. Is there any real (I.e planning) reason why we don’t do that here, pissing rain excepted?


#12

:expressionless:


#13

A laundry room and a utility room is the same thing.


#14

We have it in a built-in cupboard thing in the kitchen with the boiler and water softener…

I presume that this thread was prompted by the Kirsty Allsopp thing?


#15

State of this.


#16

Just a like is fine, thanks.


#17

Kitchen def. When we were on holiday last week both b&b’s had them in the bathroom. this annoyed me. mrs said whole of europe does that, just not the UK.

that’s mental.

especially coz kitchen’s more often than not are closest to the outside space for hanging and drying if you’re not using a tumble/combined machine!


#18

I can see his wee smirky, chuckling face all the way from here.


#19

Owing to the damp conditions, there’s often a case for it being mouldier in the scullery.


#20

ideally though yes, a utility room, but who can afford one of them these days?