While Spring cleaning I knew I had to hit my linen closet! It was a hot mess, to say the least. I hit the Dollar Store for some bins and set out to work reorganizing our closet to best accommodate my family.
Step 1: Empty EVERYTHING out!
Pull everything out and put them into piles of like items.
Wipe down the shelves and walls to ensure everything is dust free and clean.
Step 2: Decide how you’re going to organize your linen closet
As I mentioned above, I headed to the Dollar Store and picked up 4 bigger fabric bins and 1 smaller fabric bin. Each bin cost me about $4 so it cost me $20 to completely change and organize my linen closet.
Step 3: Come up with an organizational plan.
I found the best way to organize my linen closet was:
- Top Shelf: First Aid Kit, Sick Kit, and behind them is my special pillows for surgery recoveries.
- Next Shelf: Bin full of toilet paper to the left and towels to the right. Behind them are our beach towels
- Next Shelf: Small bin full of wash cloths and microfibre clothes to the left and bin full of paper towels and napkins to the right. Behind them are cozy blankets.
- Bottom Shelf: Spare sheets, pillowcases, and blankets.
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