10 Super-Organized Linen Closets That Are Oddly Soothing To Stare At

It's time for a clutter intervention.

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Courtesy of Waiting On Martha

If clutter is your middle name, a linen closet might seem like your nemesis, but we've got you. It's never to late to clean up your closet (and keep it that way) — you just might need a little nudge in the organized direction. We've rounded up some inspo to help get you started. Spoiler: Start with some labels, bins, and a giant trash bag. Get ready to purge.

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1 Minimal Linen Closet
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Courtesy of ​​Julie Blanner.

If you can pair down your closet this much, you're a rockstar. The less clutter there is, the more sane you'll be.

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2 Chic Linen Closet
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Courtesy of Liz Marie

This simple linen closet corrals sheets, towels, makeup, and bathroom supplies in wicker baskets. Then, it swaps a basic hamper for a vintage French laundry basket. Très chic, non?

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3 White & Blue Linen Closet
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Courtesy of Simply Organized

So fresh, so clean. Keep extra toilet paper rolls in a giant wire basket to keep them from rolling all over the place.

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4 Plastic Containers
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Courtesy of Kellynan

Folded towels and wash cloths are a given, but we're obsessed with this trick for hair supplies. Use plastic containers to hold all your hair ties, then store your brushes and hot tools in a basket next to them.

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5 Wicker + Wire Linen Closet
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Courtesy of Waiting On Martha

Using the same kind of basket throughout can be boring (and confusing). Keep it more visually interesting and differentiate your baskets contents by choosing two different types of storage bins.

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6 Neutral Linen Closet
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Courtesy of Dear Lillie

When you've got a lot of stuff stacked on your shelves, color can make it look even more chaotic and cluttered. Stick to neutrals to keep things clean and streamlined.

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7 Unique Linen Closet
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Courtesy of Finding Home Farms

Skip the generic bins and organize your linen closet in a more personal way. Vintage baskets, antique boxes, or even old trunks can hold your extras and be totally functional.

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8 Storage Bins
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Courtesy of Honey We're Home

If the thought of displaying folded towels and sheets gives you serious anxiety, hide everything with baskets. Label them according to what's inside, and everything will stay organized far longer.

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9 Tall Linen Closet
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Courtesy of The Creativity Exchange

If you're lucky enough to have the height, use it. Stack lesser used linens (cold-weather quilts or extra sheets) on the top racks, and keep more everyday items like towels and extra bath products down low.

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10 Narrow Linen Closet
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Courtesy of The Honey Comb Home

Less space = more need for organization. Use one shelf for everything: toilet paper, hair supplies, towels, nail polish, and extra products.

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