Storing mops and brooms by standing them in a corner can cause broom straw to bend and mop heads to mildew. Instead use tool hooks (sold at hardware stores) to hang them with their "business ends" up via Martha Stewart
When the clothes dryer entered the America household in the line-drying soon fell out of vogue and families began to rely on this modern appliance to quickly and easily complete a necessary household chore.
Great way to store mops and brooms in your utility closet. The hooks are from Lowe's in the garden section. Remove the utility pole and slide the hooks on. They also work great in the clothes closet to hang belts or umbrellas.
One of my current projects -- a dedicated cleaning closet located within my pantry. Naturally, mine won& look exactly like this due to space arrangements and color choices (the yellow is actually kindof awesome, but not for me).