Sure, organizing your home feels good, but who knew it could also look so good! Learn how to organize your linen closet like a pro with these tips from Waiting on Martha. This is an incredibly simple way to make your visiting friends, family, and guests feel right at home.
Protect Your Stored Clothing --- Take a deep breath: Aromatic herbs like rosemary, cinnamon, lavender, and balsam can keep clothing and shoes smelling fresh; cedar can help protect woolens from moth damage. via Martha Stewart
No-Slip Hangers : Keep your most delicate dresses from falling to the floor with felt-topped wooden hangers. Photocopy the template at 200 percent, then cut it out. Trace template (at http://images.marthastewart.com/images/content/web/pdfs/pdf1/03_06_msl_nosliphanger.pdf) onto felt with tailor's chalk, and cut out; repeat. Adhere felt with craft glue, wide ends out, to both sides of a wooden hanger.
A bundle of chalk hung in a closet will absorb extra moisture and keep clothing fresh and dry, and takes up much less room than an electric dehumidifier. Mount a hook in the closet, out of the way of clothes or linens. Fasten a rubber band around a dozen pieces of chalk, and cover band with ribbon, allowing enough loop to hang chalk.