Easy Steps to Simplify Your Linen Closet & Make Contents Accessible

Linen Closets can easily be cluttered and disorganized, acting as a catch-all for everything. By following these simple steps, you'll have an organized and easily accessible linen closet that will last! After a year, our linen closet still looks the same as it did when I reworked it. But, just like everything, there's always room for improvement- Once you have a space organized and functional, you can move onto "beautification," including cute baskets, labels, and hooks. To get the basic organization done right, simply follow the steps below, or check out our blog post for more details!
And definitely share what makes your linen closet so awesome, or any challenges you're having!
Before & After Reveal: Simplify & Organize a Linen Closet to Last- 1- Empty Closet2- Group Like Items3- Fold Towels/Blankets exactly the same4- Label Specific Areas, so everyone knows where things go- no excuses!5- Fill Closet Up!
Family Games are easily organized onto one shelf by stacking all of the board games lengthwise, and then using a simple basket to corral all of the smaller games and pieces, such as playing cards, dice, and more!
When all is said and done, by using labels, and grouping like items, you'll have a simplified and accessible linen closet that is easy to maintain, no matter the person or the age. It's also a lot prettier to look at, don't you think?
Getting your linen closet simplified and organized doesn't have to be as hard as you think. With these simple steps, you'll be able to take your space from a jumbled mess to simplified bliss! And, it all is done with no cost!
Ashley Meyer - Design Build Love
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Carol Carol on Jun 15, 2014
    Store the sheet sets in the bedroom closet where they will be used. You can store them in a cloth bin. No tearing apart the linen closet to find the right size sheets. For a guest room you can also store the towels in a cloth bin in the closet on the top shelf

  • Jennie Bryant Jennie Bryant on Sep 19, 2014
    My towels always topple when I go to take one out...

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