The Power of the Linen Closet

The linen closet is one of the most overlooked parts of the home. While we use it to store extra towels and blankets, how many people actually utilize the linen closet to its full potential?

Make use of storage bags.

If you have a dozen extra towels that never get used, put them in a space saver bag and vacuum the air out of it. This depressed packaging will be much easier to store in a linen closet, and will save a ton of space that it might not save otherwise. It will also allow you to free up a lot of space within the linen closet. Do the same with any extra sheet sets, but be sure to leave one out in case guests come.

Arrange the closet into sections.

Each part of the linen closet should be dedicated to a specific use. If you only have a few shelves, use each shelf for something different, but take care not to place too much weight on any one shelf. For example, store sheets on one, towels on another, and extra blankets on a third. With any other space you have, you can use it to store items that you don’t often use and relieve some of your closet space.

Linen closets present an untapped supply of storage space that many people don’t take advantage of. However, because they’re often in the bathroom, avoid storing anything that’s sensitive to moisture. You don’t want items in storage to get damaged. If you don’t have a linen closet, look for manufacturers of bathroom cabinets in Corona; get a custom linen closet made for your bathroom and maximize your storage.

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