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Lifestyle Clotheslines stock a wide range of ceiling mounted clotheslines and ceiling mounted clothes airers. Ceiling mounted clotheslines are perfect for any home, and are a unique way to dry your laundry.
All products and models are aesthetically pleasing and add a touch of class to any room they are mounted in. Installation is fairly simple and can be completed within minutes.
See above for links to individual product pages for more information on all of our ceiling mounted clotheslines products.
Their strong and durable design is capable of holding a decent amount of laundry. If you have any more questions or queries, please do not hesitate to
contact us on 1300 798 779.
When considering solving the dilemma of drying washing, it would be interesting to know how many people’s minds wander towards the solution of a ceiling clothes airer.
Granted, it is a much less regularly occurring phenomenon than say, an outdoor rotary-style Hills hoist or an indoor stand-alone clothes airer but the functionality and effectiveness of a ceiling clothes airer shouldn’t be ignored.
Ceiling airers are a great solution for utilising under-appreciated spaces without giving over some of the footprint of your home. And it’s no secret that homes, and costs of living, just seem to be increasing each and every day. So while your dream home may be spacious, your current one may be sadly lacking.
Over in the UK and parts of Europe, home sizes are tiny. Having lived in England with mostly terrible weather and a standard (for the UK) sized home, it is said with confidence that outdoor drying wasn’t a regularly viable option, and having a floor clothes airer underfoot was downright frustrating. But the homes were always warm, whether it was from the constant nature of the radiator heating, the double-glazed windows or the fact that you never really fully opened up the house to let the chilled breeze through.
From this less than ideal predicament came the beautifully designed, and delightfully functional European designed ceiling clothes airers. Able to be installed to almost any kind of ceiling, and not requiring said ceiling to be level, the ceiling airer takes up a empty space which often has the best air circulation and amount of warmth to dry your clothes. Plus commonly ceiling airers can be hoisted upwards via pulley system so they are not at eye level and creating a different kind of frustration.
And suddenly the washing didn’t seem so much of an encumbrance.
Close to home
Chic, aesthetically pleasing and clever design collided and now some of these designs are more frequently featuring in Australian homes. While we don’t have quite the level of cold that parts of Europe experience frequently, we can relate to the lack of available space and the fact that we can’t have fantastic drying days year round for sure. So can we relate to the solution? Most definitely!
A lot of modern Aussie designed homes have high ceilings which are perfect for a ceiling airer to be placed. Long lean spaces such as one might find in a laundry area can also be effectively utilised by an appropriately shaped ceiling airer.
Great in the bathroom (you can ‘steam’ your clothes while having a shower, plus whenever the ceiling fan is on it’s creating air circulation), in the garage, in the little frequented study, in the kitchen or even outside under the pergola or gazebo there is bound to be a ceiling airer that is ideal for your space.
The ceiling airer is an ideal second line option also, for those who have their main, fair weather line sorted. The ceiling airer can come into play for those wet weather days, the days where there is an excess of washing or just as an extra space for the kids’ sport or camping gear.
The Spacesaver 36 is perfect for people in wheelchairs or with a disability
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