Life's too short to spend it balling socks.
Some of us get round the whole issue of whether laundry-item X needs specific washing/ironing cycles by outsourcing the task to the well-established traditional "physical cloud" - put the 'special needs' washing in a bag and a little man comes and picks it up, returning it the following day all nicely washed and ironed and on hangers.
An Internet-of-Things ambulatory laundry-basket made of Sapient Pearwood, which could walk itself to/from the laundry when full, could possibly be useful.
Bed-warming can generally be facilitated by suitable pre-cubation-deployment of human/canine/feline partners [though beware of one of the cats leaving an eviscerated mouse or the uneaten half of yesterday's Frog on the pillow].
The whole Internet-of-Things wouldn't really work for me - unless it can bring in logs from the logpile and light the fires/woodstove for me, or link the fridge to the chicken-run so when I'm running low on eggs it can promote an extra ovulation-event or three.