Quick Linen Closet Update With Fabric Lining

2 Materials
$15
20 Minutes
Easy

My daughter moved out recently, so I’m officially an empty-nester. That means I can clean and organize my home and it will stay that way (hopefully)! Like so many builder-grade homes, my linen closets have wire shelves. They are not only unattractive, but they are not convenient either. So, I decided to give them a quick makeover using Fabric Top Easy Liner®.

Step 1.

Remove everything from the linen closet and give it a good wipe down. Just make sure there is no dust or dirt.

Step 2.

Lay the  Fabric Top Easy Liner® on top of the wire shelves to measure the length. The width fit perfectly on top of the shelves in my linen closet, so that saved me a step.

Step 3.

Cut to size and add the fabric liner to the shelves.

Step 4.

The liner is just placed on top of the shelves, but because of the backing, it does not move around. And the best part is, it is machine washable, so you can reuse these.

Enjoy your pretty new linen closet!

It’s as easy as that! The liner has a fabric top with premium cushion grip, so it is secured to the shelves. No sticky tape or adhesive needed.

This would also be perfect for lining dresser drawers, or lining a cabinet. The pattern is neutral too! For more easy crafts and DIY's visit my blog https://ourcraftymom.com/?swcfpc=1

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