Open the doors to organization! Here's how to store and stack your way to an enviable linen closet.
Amber Furst and Marisa Spyker
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Above the Fold
A well organized linen closet will help you flaunt your fabrics in style. Get organization tips and advice with smart space savers, fresh scents, gentle cleansers, and more.
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Don't let your linens fall victim to an overextended stay in storage! Wash towels and sheets every six months to avoid a musty smell. We recommend these gentle cleansers and products for their phosphate-free ingredients and oh-so-clean scents.
There's no better way to quickly spruce up a closet than with easy-to-apply patterned wallpapers and shelf liners. They provide a dose of eye candy and protect surfaces from spills.
Buy it: The Macbeth Collection Adhesive Shelf Liner in Decker Apple and Sophia Limoncello, $10 for two rolls; surlatable.com for similar
The Container Store Scented Shelf Liner in Blue Waters, $12; containerstore.com
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Tie It Together
Space is a luxury in a linen closet, so make the most of yours by nixing the fold and embracing the roll for bulky items such as comforters and quilts. A grosgrain ribbon tied around the middle ensures nothing comes loose (and makes you look like a domestic goddess).