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Linen Closet Storage | Organized Living freedomRail Transitional Closet, Cincinnati

Organized Living freedomRail adjustable shelving is ideal for small spaces because it allows you to adjust shelves according to what is being stored. Design a linen closet at This Organized Living freedomRail design courtesy: The Amandas.
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sassoh wrote:
Love these baskets Where are they from?
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We love them too! This design is from one of our dealers, so I've emailed them to find out where the baskets came from. I'll let you know as soon as I hear back - Thanks!
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Okay, so I spoke with the designer of this linen closet and they said they bought the baskets originally from Hobby Lobby. It's been a long time so they may not have them anymore, but here is a link to the baskets they currently have. Hope this helps:
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Hello, It is 24" wide and 22" deep.

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Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways to Get More Storage Out of Your Space
6. Unpackage everything. Unpack everything and discard all the outer packaging as soon as you bring things home from the store. 7. Stack things to the top. Look in each of your closets and make sure you are using every inch of vertical space.
Laura Gaskill added this to Clever Ways to Rethink the Linen Closet
Organizing tips: Use labeled bins for storing small items to save time and avoid confusion. Place sheet sets inside a pillowcase or basket, so you can grab the entire set at once.Tuck a slim stepladder inside your linen closet to make reaching the upper shelves easier.
Mitchell Parker added this to The Polite House: How to Set Limits With Overnight Houseguests
5. We have two cats and an elderly dog. On three occasions, we have boarded our pets during someone’s visit, in two cases because of cat allergies and in one case because of a fear of dogs. My husband is not willing to do this again, since he feels it’s unreasonable for guests to expect resident pets to go elsewhere. By the way, these visitors thanked us profusely but did not offer to contribute to the boarding costs.Lizzie, I’m sure I sound like a total Grinch as a host! Actually, we enjoy hosting people, and work very hard to make everyone’s visit special. We have been told we are warm and welcoming, so at least our growing frustration isn’t spoiling our time with people we do love. It’s just that there have been so many visitors on rather long visits that we need to figure out a way to keep it manageable for ourselves and our budget and our available time.
Erin Carlyle added this to Get Organized: 12 Inspiring, Attainably Neat Closets and Drawers
2. Bath closet. The bathroom closet pictured here is only as wide as five rolls of toilet paper, but it’s efficiently laid out. Labeled wicker baskets corral headbands and ribbons, soap and shampoo, and backup toiletries. The shelves have been adjusted to precisely fit the size of the baskets.
Urban Casa added this to 10 Things Around My Home That I’m Thankful For
3. An Organized Linen ClosetEarlier this year I had a battle with my linen closet, in which it seemed to be hiding the matching pillowcase for one of my sheet sets. In fact, this was a recurring frustration. I finally put an end to the irritation by purchasing several storage baskets and placing each bed ensemble in its own basket. Now every time I open my linen closet, it’s a peaceful encounter. Thank you, storage baskets!Browse storage baskets

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