Organizing Your Linen Closet

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Who doesn't love a well organized closet? Sometimes the trouble is keeping it that way. If you're looking to organize your linen closet, you can start by taking inventory. If you're visual, then go ahead and remove everything and lay it out on the floor. Take this time to dispose of any items that are old or expired. If you haven't used the product in over a year, it's time to say goodbye. Once you have your items written down or laid out, group similar items together and get an idea of how many containers you will need and what sizes. Toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, and deodorant can go together. Soaps, shampoos, and hair care products together. Bandages, medical tape, wound cleaner together. You get the idea.Ā Now you can head to your favorite container store! Target, Walmart, and Dollar Tree are great options. If you're wanting a one a done you might try Ikea or even The Container Store (who else LOVES The Container Store?). Here are some great options:

Ikea

SOCKERBIT: https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/sockerbit-box-white-50316182/

VARIERA: https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/variera-box-gray-50471050/

The Container Store

Clear Stackable Plastic Storage Bins: https://www.containerstore.com/s/storage/plastic-bins-baskets/clear-stackable-plastic-storage-bins/12d?productId=11007913

Target

Y-Weave Small Storage Bin: https://www.target.com/p/4-x-7-y-weave-small-storage-bin-room-essentials-153/-/A-53816527?preselect=16554613#lnk=sametab

Don't forget the labels! Amazon's Basics line is much more affordable than the usual office supply brands.

https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Print-Labels-Printers-200-Pack/dp/B07X51Y5M3/ref=sxts_sxwds-bia-wc-rsf1_0?cv_ct_cx=labels&dchild=1&keywords=labels&pd_rd_i=B07X51Y5M3&pd_rd_r=525163e6-7241-418d-8ef7-231a8e215e9b&pd_rd_w=pTMBK&pd_rd_wg=bbAXh&pf_rd_p=5168df84-062d-4bdf-8a6e-2680813bd42f&pf_rd_r=PTJ3K9N5XV396F6P9VKM&psc=1&qid=1613757400&sr=1-1-7bf78e84-8ef2-4f13-9926-bee5153e81cb

Still looking for more? Try adding wallpaper. Target has a great line of peel and stick wallpaper and the patterns are super cute!

https://www.target.com/s?searchTerm=wallpaper&facetedValue=tgvvk&Nao=0