A Great Solution For Hiding Your Clothes Line

There are plenty of reasons to have a clothes line in your home from keeping your delicates safe to saving energy, but no one wants lines stretching across their house and outdoor lines can get dirty and won't work in the house. You can always get the collapsable versions, but they don't dry a whole load and they take up a lot of floor space. So what are your other options?

A retractable clothes line is a great solution for keeping your lines ready to go, but out of the way when they aren't in use. Best of all, you can install them anywhere -including inside a cupboard, so they can be totally out of sight when not in use.

Read more about the clever idea at Homes and Hues: Laundry Lines When You Need Them & A Cabinet When You Don't

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Ours goes up on pulleys in the stairwell. It's out of sight, uses a space that would otherwise be wasted, and dries a full load of washing in overnight, or in about three hours if you turn the fan on - a small desk-fan screwed to the ceiling to circulate the air a bit. We have a tumble-drier - but being part-Scottish, I can't bring myself to actually turn it on.
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