An Organized Linen Closet

Much like a junk drawer, linen closets tend to be breeding grounds for disorganization. They quickly become cluttered as yet another  purchase from Homegoods is stuffed into the back of the closet.

Here are a few tips to help you quickly organize your linen closet.

Purge: A theme that repeats through all organization projects. The first thing you have to do is edit your linen collection. Part with those mismatched sets of sheets. If you haven’t used something for 6 months, it’s time to donate.
Go All White: Nothing will make your linen closet look more organized than monochromatic sheets, towels, pillow cases and blankets.

Get the Wrinkles Out: Aside from editing your linen collection down, nothing will make your closet look better than neatly folding all your linens.  Folding sheet sets, table clothes and towels will allow you to fit more in the space and also make it look so much nicer.
Label the Shelves: Labeling the shelves of your linen closets (or the baskets you store you’re bedding and towels in) is a quick and easy organizing trick. Keep things simple.

There’s really nothing quite like a beautifully made bed or a stack of fresh-from-the-dryer towels. Creating an organized and clutter-free home for your linens is a quick organizing project that will reap many returns.


About Basic Organization

Basic Organization provides professional organizing services to busy families, business owners, down sizing seniors and the chronically disorganized. We can teach you the skills to get organized and live a more simplified life. By providing you with ideas, information, structure and solutions to help you regain control of your space, we can cure the chaos in you life!
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