We covet these utilitarian accessories and time- (and space-) saving gear, which make washing, drying, and ironing feel like less of a chore.
Nutscene's Sheila Maid ceiling-suspended airer works in tight spaces and adjusts to dry long tablecloths.
Rowenta's Eco Intelligence iron uses 25 percent less energy than standard models.
Go easy on the earth and your clothes by air-drying on a retractable wall-mounted clothesline.
Decanting detergent into this copper-topped pump saves shelf space in a small laundry room.
Copper soap dispenser, $28, shopterrain.com
Martha Stewart Clean Laundry Detergent, $13 per gallon, marthastewartclean.com
Yes, there is such a thing as a chic granny cart. We'd be proud to wheel this one to the laundromat or dry cleaner.
This mesh dryer folds up small for easy storage.
Folding sweater dryer, $16, oxo.com
Rita sweater, $90, Tommy Hilfiger, 212-223-1824
Lostine's bright wire baskets keep whites, colors, and delicates neatly sorted.
$55 each, hudson-boston.com
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This seems awfully expensive for a line dryer. I could get one a lot cheaper from anywhere.
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