Martha Stewart's weblog recommends that you tuck the sheet set (full, fitted, and other pillowcase) inside one of the pillowcases for that set. You can then stack your pillowcase sheet sets in the closet according to size—this way you won't lose any pillowcases, everything stays together, and it's easy to find the exact sheet set you're looking for.
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Keep sheet sets together Keep sheet sets together Never lose a pillowcase again! Here's how: If the clean set isn't going directly onto a bed, fold and stash it in one of the pillowcases to keep everything together. Read more: Organizing Ideas - Home Organization Ideas - Redbook
Store Matching Sheets Inside of Their Pillowcases | 52 Totally Feasible Ways To Organize Your Entire Home
Towels, sheets, and blankets are necessities but can be a headache to organize. Keep your linen closet in tip-top shape with a few organizing tools. Use shelf dividers to create cubbies on existing shelves. Label each cubby as the designated spot for specific linens -- a spot for kids bathroom towels, guest towels, twin sheet sets, queen sheet sets, etc. Use baskets to round up extra toiletries and cleaning supplies. High shelves are ideal for storing large, infrequently used items such as bu...
label, tag and stack all sheets by size and style so you can find them quickly
58 ways to organize your entire home! so many cool ways to organize. large and small. apartment or big house. good ideas! Shown: Store Matching Sheets Inside of Their Pillowcases