Linen Closet

How To : Organize a linen closet at home

The following are the steps to be followed to organize a linen closet: 1. First, you need to clear a work space. This works really well because you need to remove the contents from the linen closet. 2. Empty the linen closet. Clean the shelves because it becomes easy to clean ...more

How To : Fix a sticking bifold door

A sticking bifold door can really cramp your style, and access to your linen closet or pantry. To fix the problem, you'll have to take the door off the hinges, and take a sander to it. Phillips Woodworking shows you how to sand down the sticking part, and cover it up with some ...more

How To : Make an occupied bed

In this tutorial, we learn how to make an occupied bed. First, gather the supplies from the linen closet. After you have all the sheets and blankets, put gloves on and walk into the room. Now, cover the patient with a bath blanket. After this, remove the top sheets, then roll ...more

How To : Fold a clean fitted sheet

Are you tired of your bed sheets looking like a crumpled mess? How does something this simple turn into something so difficult to achieve properly? Learn how to fold your bed linens neatly and without unsightly creases. The easy to understand video will turn you into a househo ...more

How To : Fold bed sheets

Our expert will show you how to fold your bedclothes properly, including flat and fitted sheets, pillowcases, blankets, and quilts. Learn an easy, compact method to store your spare linens, and get tips on how to make a template that will help your sheets fit in your linen clo ...more

How To : Save money on dry cleaning

Usually those "dry clean only" tags mean one thing: dry cleaning bills. Why sacrifice wearing silk, suede, or other fine fabrics when knowing just a few clothes care tips can save you tons of money on dry cleaning. You Will Need: • Neatness • Roomy closet • Garment brush ...more

Next Page
Prev Page
  • Hot
  • Latest