Linen Closet

Use Shelf Dividers

Shelf dividers help keep towels, linens, etc sorted and neat.  

 
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Use Shelf Baskets for hand towels

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Place Certain Items Front and Center

  Let’s be honest: Do you open your linen closet door most often to grab a new roll of TP?…

 
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Map Out Each Shelf

By designating each shelf to a different cause (first-aid supplies, clean towels) you’ll always know where to look for the…

 
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Roll Your Towels

Want to make your closet even more efficient? Roll fluffy towels so that they’re easier to grab without messing up your stack…

 
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Set Up an Ironing Station on the Door

Hang your board, iron, and spray on the door so the next time you’re running 10 minutes late and need…

 
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Folding Towels

Not all shelves are the same — some are deeper, while others are wider. So if you fold towels in…

 
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Add Towel Bars to the Door

Stash a couple sets of ready-to-grab towels on the inside of your closet door to make it easy for guests…

 
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Sneak spices into wasted space.

That area between the end of your shelf and the door frame shouldn’t just be for show. Ashley from Domestic Imperfection…

 
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Tired of searching endlessly for matching sheet sets?

Store your flat sheet, fitted sheet, and pillow cases in one pillow case from the set. Problem solved!  

 
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