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2020 Home Organization Challenge: Week 10 Linen Closet

It's week 10 and we are organizing the linen closet.

It's week 10 and we are organizing the linen closet.

Welcome back to the 2020 Home Organization Challenge. We are working our way through our homes and clearing the clutter. So far, we have organized the laundry room, home office, kitchen, pantry, master closet, master bedroom, master bathroom, living room and dining room. It’s week 10 and we are organizing the linen closet.


If you’re new to the challenge, be sure to print out the free challenge kit. It will guide you through each week. You can find it here. It has all of the weekly assignments and checklists.


My linen closet is small and oddly shaped so I had to be creative with the organization in here. It also doubles as a utility closet. 


I store extra pillow cases, towels, curtains, and cleaning miscellaneous in this space. You won’t see bedding because we keep the extras in our bedrooms.


This shelf is used to store essential oil diffusers, Scentsy warmers, vacuum attachments, sewing miscellaneous and cleaning products for this wing of the house. (It’s above our garage).


I store extra linens on this shelf. The bins are labeled curtains, hand towels, (seasonal) pillow cases, and microfiber cloths.


The bins are from Target.


I love this closet. I have a place for everything and it’s easy to find what I’m looking for quickly.

Here are few blog posts that will inspire you to get your Linen Closets organized.

  • Linen Closet Organization
  • Linen Closet (Guest Post)
  • Farmhouse Linen Closet

For the perfect companion guide to our challenge, purchase The Complete Book to Home Organization. It includes all 14 weekly challenges as well as a ton of inspiration and tips about the spaces we will be organizing. No need to log onto the computer for ideas, this manual has it all!


If you need more guidance on cleaning your house, be sure to pick up The Complete Book of Clean.  It has tons of tips and checklists that will teach you how to get your homes sparkling clean.


Purge your linen closet this week. It should only take one afternoon. You can do it! Share your progress on Instagram using the hash tag #abfolchallenge.  Hold yourself accountable and finish all 14 challenges!  Good luck. I’ll see you back next week for the week 11 challenge. Happy Organizing!

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