Everybody loves the tidy look of a closet like the one in a home-design magazine. But, let’s be honest! What can you see when you open your own linen closet? Is it a jaw-dropping view of a super clean and neat closet? Or a disaster area from bit and piece of unorganized garments and socks? I don’t know about you, but the latter may be closest to reality of your closet look.
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Organizing beddings can be somewhat challenging too. The big bulky size even makes it harder. But, don’t worry! I’ve got your back! Next, I am proudly handing you 10 Bedroom Linen and Sheet Organization Ideas that will make you literally wish everybody saw it. Completing 10 Ideas How to Declutter a Bedroom published a week ago, this list is compiled, research, and presented for you by Simphome
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10. Sort Them Up
The first thing you can do to declutter your linen closet is by sorting them up according to their category. But before doing it, you will need to take everything out of the closet so that you can have a fresh start.
You can sort your bedding up in several ways; by type, color, size, or location, especially if you distinguish the linens and sheet sets of each room. But if you think that any bedding will do for every room, sorting them up by size and color is your safe bet.
Put the linens and sheet sets that you use frequently at the front and center so that you can grab them easily. Put the little-used items at the back of the closet or on the top shelf.
9. Fold Fitted Sheet Smartly
Folding a fitted sheet can be a nightmare for some people. The elastic bands and billowy corners account for this never-ending torture until you may eventually crumple them into a ball and tuck them into the closet.
You may wish there were a smart way to fold the fitted sheet so that you can overcome this unrelenting problem. Well, congratulations! Your wish has been granted!
Marie Kondo, a tidying expert, shares a smart technique of folding a fitted sheet. First, you have to find adequate workspace. Then, make the first fold by bringing one long side and the other side in across the center so that you can fold it in thirds lengthwise. Now you’ve got a long, rectangle. Then fold it in half widthwise, and begin to roll it until you get a compact cylinder shape. And that’s it!
8. Put the Linens in Containers
Investing in various containers is worthy because it will make organizing things become easier. You can use any box and basket to do this job. You can even use white fabric bags to protect your linens from dust. To optimize it, try increasing circulation inside the bag by separating the sheets with acid-free paper.
7. Keep the Sheet Sets Together
Finding the sheet set in a closet is a little bit tricky and time consuming, not to mention the mess that you make when trying to find it. Stop making any mess and wasting your time by folding the sheet set all together.
To do this thing, you need to fold the fitted sheet into a square, then wrap the flat sheet around. Get your pillowcases then tuck one of them in between both of those sheets. Put them all into another pillowcase from the set. Make sure all the set is flush with the opening. Store the set in your closet.
6. Color Code Turns Organizing Easier
It may be a small thing. But big things begin from small things, right? And this small thing, which is called color-coded organization, will give a big impact to your closet.
Storing your sheet sets based on their color will add visual appeal to your closet. Try folding pillowcases and bed sheet all together, and wrap them up in a piece of colored fabric. Tie a knot, and you’re good to go. The knot will make a great handle.
5. Label Everything
Giving labels to all the things in the closet allows you and other users to know what goes where. Organizing things become much easier.
You just need to invest in some plastic containers or wicker baskets to sort your bedding according to its type. Put on a label on each basket so that you know what is being stored inside the basket.
The labels can be in the form of handwritten or printable ones. You can use any kind of material to make them. They can be made out of cardstock, clear sticker paper, scrap wood, you name it! Most importantly, the labels can help you get what you are looking for in no time.
4. Make the Bulky Beddings Stand Up
Another not-so-yippee thing is the moment you manage to fold your duvet covers or comforters, but they end up gobbling up the tiny space in your closet. It’s frustrating and then you begin to think that you need to do something with this.
To overcome this problem, you can try storing them vertically. First, you have to fold them smartly like what you’ve learned from Marie Kondo, roll them up, then secure the rolling by tying them up using ribbon. They will stand up like a stiff sleeping bag. Besides, the ribbon makes them look prettier.
3. Repurpose Magazine Holders
If you happen to have minute closet, you know how it feels to struggle with sheet set organization. You may have tried the all-in-the-pillowcase method, but it didn’t work well due to the little space. If that’s the case, you can try repurposing one or two magazine holders.
Magazine holders are extremely versatile. The design fits in with the petite space immensely. You can use them to store washcloth or pillowcases. You just need to fold the pillowcases or roll the washcloth, then file them in the magazine holder.
2. Put the Extra Sheets under Your Mattress
Are you running out of space to store linens and bed sheets? Hold on! You don’t have to buy another closet that will take up valuable space in your bedroom.
Instead of buying or making a new closet, you’d better invest in multi-purpose furniture like an ottoman or a bench with hidden storage space, or you can opt for the space under your mattress for a cheap-yet-efficient storage solution.
You just need to fold extra bed sheets neatly then tuck them under the mattress. Easy, right?
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This is another common-yet-effective way to organize extra bed sheets and throws ─ make use of the space under the bed.
You can make some under-the-bed drawers with castors, or simply put some wicker baskets or clear container with lid to store your bedding. This will be your top-notch solution, especially if your bedroom is rather small.
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So, those are 10-bedroom linen and sheet organization ideas that you can try at home. Say bye-bye to your messy linen closet, and welcome your clean and neat linen closet with an exuberant smile.
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