Quick Tip #12: Organizing That Linen Closet

A tip directly from the Queen of Organization, Martha Stewart. The first time I saw this handy trick on her website I thought “why didn’t I think of that!” – it’s superbly clever yet simplistic!

#12   Keep your linen closet neat and organized by tucking sheet sets inside their matching pillowcases. Then stack the “pillowcase packets” according to size (twin, double, queen, king) or by the room you use the sheets in (master bedroom, guest room.)

Image via Martha Stewart

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Posted on February 17, 2012, in Decor, Interior Design, Quick Tips and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on The Vintage Home and commented:
    I came across this fantastic tip from Martha Stewart via a fantastic blog I’m following “The Design Tabloid”. Ingenious idea! Especially if you’re stuck for space and you can’t fit baskets or containers to keep sets together. Pretty & Practical! 🙂

  2. howtoclimbamountain

    Man…you know how I feel about beautiful storage solutions!

  3. NO WAYS!!! This is such a swell idea. I actually LOVE it – have to bounce it off my mom! 🙂

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