partment and city-dwellers likely know that laundry storage can be tight on space. But About.com's laundry expert Mary Marlowe Leverett has the lock on how to make it work, whether you rent or own. First, keep dirty laundry in one location. Mary suggests the bathroom, bedroom or closet. If floor space is limited to go with vertical shelves and use baskets, or stow under the bed in shallow containers. Hanging sweater storage bags in the closet or hiding a hamper under a round table and floor length cloth can also work. As far supplies, keep them stored together in a basket with change or whatever method of payment yours takes. She also suggests folding drying racks, retractable clotheslines and collapsable hampers -- all can be easily tucked away when not in use. Brilliant!