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At this rate, your linen closet is probably overflowing with years — maybe decades — worth of accumulated Spare Duvets, Pillows and Bed Sheets. Instead of accepting the clutter and chaos, follow these tips for a cleaner linen cupboard. It'll look so beautiful, you'll actually want guests to open the cupboard door. Start with a plan. List the items you wish to store and bin what you haven’t used in years. Too good to bin? Launder the items and donate them to charity. Jot down the width, height and depth of each shelf as this will make container shopping easier. And don’t forget, the inside of the door is valuable real estate when it comes to storage. Consider installing shallow wire baskets or an iron caddy you can fix to the door.
There are a few ways you can organise your linen closet/ cupboard: by type, size, or location. If you have distinct sheet sets for each room in your home, separating them by room/bed is easiest. If, however, your towel and sheet sets are more versatile and interchangeable, you may want to organize them by size, type, or colour. Keep everything else — beach towels, dish towels, table runners, duvet covers, quilts, and the like — organized alongside their fellow items. Make sure to put your most frequently used items at the front and center of your linen closet for easy access, and relegate off-season or little-used items to the top shelf or back of the closet. Store your everyday towels and sheets on the centre shelf. Be Ready! The next time you have a guest staying or are just changing the bed have a set ready to go. Pillowcases on pillows, duvets covers on duvets, waiting for the washing and dry same day turn around could be a thing of the past. This should go without saying, but washing your sheets and towels before you stack and organize them is crucial. That way you know you’re always reaching for a clean item when you need to make your bed or resupply the guest room with fresh towels.
There is no easy way to say this but most pillow and duvets that you have had for years can be pretty grim! Why not replace them, treat the old ones to wash and keep them ready to go as spares. If you have seasonal duvets for example if you have winter duvet and a summer duvet then depending on which season we are in, use a vacuum bag to store the duvet you aren't using this way it will keep the unused duvet clean and small and easy to store. Nothing destroys an impeccably organized linen closet faster than moths, must, and mildew wrecking your beautiful bed and bath necessities. To keep your linens fresh while they’re tucked away, use a few of these tried and true methods: Stick a box of baking soda on your closet floor to absorb bad odors. Strategically place cedar blocks along your shelves to prevent moths and bugs. Put a dryer sheet inside your packaged sheet sets to keep them smelling clean. Toss a few lavender sachet bags or scented soaps in your linen boxes so they maintain that soft, just-washed smell.
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