It you’re having trouble keeping your laundry room organised, you can repurpose an old wall-mounted kitchen cabinet into a great laundry organiser.
This tip comes via IKEA Hackers, but the principle is applicable pretty much any cabinet. Basically, just take a set of wall-mounted cabinets and either turn them upside down, or re-mount the handles to the top of the unit so you can reach them easily when the cabinet is on the ground. Then, cut a large circular hole into the top of each cabinet so that you can just toss your dirty clothes through while you’re sorting your laundry into lights and darks. Once you’re ready to start a load, just open up the cabinet door and pull everything out in one bundle.
As for the shelves within the cabinet, you could either remove them to use the entire thing as one big laundry hamper, or keep a few near the bottom to stash dryer sheets, detergent, and a lint roller. You could buy something similar commercially to do the same things, but if you can find some discarded kitchen cabinets on Craigslist, this would be significantly cheaper.
Laundry organiser from Kitchen Cabinets [IKEA Hackers]