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The linen closet. A place where I stash a bunch of extra products and everyday items that otherwise don’t have a home. During this crazy time, most of us have stocked up on toilet paper, medicines and paper towels. With all this extra product lying around I’m sure your linen closet is full and probably disorganized.
Instead of dreading opening the linen closet why not get it organized? Let’s be honest, we have the time, so there is no excuse! It’s doesn’t have to be hard. Just use some simple organizing and storing staples to help tackle this closet.
Where to Start?
No surprise here – clean everything out and get a good idea of what you have in this closet. Organize into categories and figure out what needs to be reached every day and what can be put up higher. Now that you have a good idea of what you want to organize, below are our top 8 must-have products to create a beautiful space.
1 If your closet has rods, use a 6-Shelf Hanging Organizer to create vertical space and extra shelves. These are perfect to store towels, toilet paper, and other bulky items.
2 Add Shelf Dividers to create linear space between stacks of towels. They help keep your towels neat and upright, plus, you’ll love the look!
3 Apothecary Jars add a beautiful elegance to your closet. Use for cotton balls, bath salts, all those mini samples you have been hoarding over the years!
4 For any items that you want accessible use Square Tumblers. These can be used for makeup brushes, hair scissors, and other sharp items.
5 Store all your medicines and bandages in a Lidded or Hinged Clear Box. If you have too large of items, a Plastic Bin with Handles is good too. Add a bit of flair to your bins with these printed labels. No need to worry about painstakingly handwriting each label. Keeping all these items together in a box or bin, helps your family put them back in their spots when they use it. Am I just lying to myself here?
6 Add a natural touch to your closet with Hyacinth Baskets. Great for storing toothpaste, deodorant, and unopened bottles of shampoo or conditioners.
7 For items that need to be easily reached use a Lazy Susan Organizer. With its 360 rotation, you can quickly find what you need!
8 Getting a couple 3-Drawer Organizers help keep small items like nail care items, beauty samples, facemasks, or sewing essentials stored and organized.
The mixture of hyacinth, fabric, and plastic organizers helps add an eclectic, yet cohesive look to your closet. Your closet will look so awesome that you will actually want guests to peek inside.
Laura Sirk is a Marketing Manager at mDesign
and loves all things organization and cats. I’m one cat away from being a cat lady. MEOW!
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Apr 20, 2020
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