How To Organize Linens
One of my goals for my dream house is to have a linen storage. Because my farmhouse was built in the 1920s, there wasn’t a lot of storage built-in, so I really like the idea of using an old armoire or cupboard for extra space. Depending on the type of look you want, there are all kinds of options. If you are a particularly neat person, I like the options with the wire as screens for the doors (you want to make sure that everything looks neat and tidy at all times, though). If you are worried about transparency and want a unique look to your linen storage, another option is to wallpaper the inside doors.
Make sure to organize the linens as well and keep them on a rotating basis. It’s not necessary to have a large assortment of linens since you probably won’t use all of them. At most, three sets of towels, sheets and dining linens should be sufficient. Since even clean linens can get stagnant when not in use, try a sachet or spray to keep them smelling fresh.
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Bennett Armoire from Redford House (I have this exact armoire)
Linen labels made of clear vinyl adhesive for labeling shelves and baskets