I'm just curious -- does ANYONE have a linen closet this organized, color-coordinated, and perfectly neat?!? This MIGHT last about 30 seconds in my house. And it wouldn't even start out looking like this since our towels and such are all mismatched and worn! LOL

Organizing a Linen Closet - Martha Stewart Home & Garden

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jar of samples in the guest room for your visitors to use.

a & o on the go: This Weekend

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Shelves of baskets

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cute clothespins with pushpins attached to the back. perfect for bulletin boards erikaholmes

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Cut a pool noodle to help your boots stand upright. Brilliant.

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Hang boots with pants hangers. | 52 Totally Feasible Ways To Organize Your Entire Home

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this woman's blog is outstanding! if you need organization...check it out!

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organize

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Organizing is fun!

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A small piece of plastic wrap can make all the difference when packing.

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easy scarf organization

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How-To Fold a Towel

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Scarf storage love it!

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Store sheets in their pillowcases.

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I love this woman's take on organizing - so many helpful tips and even videos. www.beiteversohumble.com - need to look at this

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Simple girl's makeup brush holder. 1. Glass jar of your size/shape 2. Colorfill (found at Michael's) 3. Ribbon 4. Any decoration you'd like to add 5. Scissors & a hot glue gun. Have fun!

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How to organize all your chargers with a shoebox.

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Scarf hanger with shower curtain hooks and hanger! Need this

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Shoe Hangers

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1. Put water, 1 TBSP baking soda and aluminium foil (shiny side up) into a saucepan. 2. Bring to the boil. 3. Place your silverware into the saucepan, only a couple of pieces at a time. This should only take about 10 seconds but if they are really tarnished they may need a bit longer. 4. Use your tongs to fish out your silverware and marvel at how shiny it is! 5. Buff dry with a dry cloth.

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10 Best Moving Tips

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Window box and hooks from Lowes for bathroom storage. Like this better than shelves since you can't see the "stuff"!

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Corkboard covered in burlap with upholstery nails

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Gift wrap organization

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Storage for ribbons... Wow, this would take up a lot less space!

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