We’d all love to have a linen closet worthy of a home design magazine, but despite our best intentions, these spaces often become the junk drawer equivalents for everything bed and bath-related.
But fear not — with a little resourcefulness and creativity, you can say goodbye to your teetering stacks of towels and piles of hastily folded sheets.
Here’s how to organize the linen closet of your dreams in 11 simple steps.
Read more: How To Organize Your Linen Closet (11 Super Simple Steps) via Make Space
However, with bulky and unruly items such as pillows, blankets and towels filling the shelves, it can easily become overrun and cluttered, making changing the beds or getting ready for guests a true hassle. Use these tips and tricks for organizing your linen closet to give it the makeover it needs to get in tip-top shape!
Linens and small items can easily become messy if not properly stored. Boxes, baskets, totes, and containers are a must for any tidy and well-functioning linen closet storage system.
Read more: 15 Tips and Tricks for Organizing Your Linen Closet via The Good Stuff
Hi, Susan here from Organized 31. Anyone else feeling the urge to spring clean and organize? I sure am. With the warm sunny weather, I’ve been busy cleaning curtains, cleaning windows, cleaning the kitchen and washing bed linens. On a recent rainy day, I decided it was time to do a quick straightening of the linen closet and these 4 easy tips for organizing bed sheets made the task simple to complete.
As a military family, I’ve organized more than 20 homes and that means more than 20 linen closets. I have to create flexible organizing systems that will work in any size or shape linen closet (and will even work when we don’t have a linen closet). These simple tips have worked for me and are flexible enough to work whatever your linen closet situation is.
Read more: 4 Simple Tips for Organizing Bed Sheets via Ask Anna