Spring Cleaning: Medicine & Linen Closet Organizing Inspiration…

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Spring is the time to renew so you might as well declutter and organize the medicine and linen closets. Take inventory of your items and toss any expired meds, products or makeup. If a product is almost out, condense the liquid in smaller containers and bottles (from Dollar Stores) and toss out the container that’s harboring space. See where to purchase above items on my Polyvore.

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Clear bottles and containers give a chic feel but you may want to consider adding adhesive chalkboard labels…

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A magnetic backing allows even more storage…

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Bins and baskets can hide unsightly products. Group by type whether it’s cold relief meds to facial products…

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Love the idea of tying together sheet sets. Another great way to keep them together is folding the sets and placing inside one matching pillowcase…

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Add punch of color by wallpapering the back of the cabinet so it doesn’t look so utilitarian…

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Decorative boxes are a great way to hide smaller things and keep like items together. It’s ideal because a pretty lacquered or linen box appears more streamlined than seeing a bunch of products on the shelves. Similar to the medicine cabinet, put the bins of items you use most frequently near front and center and the things used on occasion can be tucked deeper on the shelves and further up or down…

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Repurpose a cake platter or use spice rack spinner to maximize the height between shelves for smaller items like nail polishes, headache meds, etc. You can use items intended for kitchen cabinets in linen closets as well. So things meant for spices or canned goods, the swivel/spinarounds can all work functionally for those items.

{Images via Martha Stewart, BHG, my storage board on Pinterest}
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