The Bedding Snob

Cultivating relaxation need not leave you starving for style …

Your linen closet pet peeves – check out the poll results!

Well, the numbers are in for our very first poll: “What is your biggest linen closet pet peeve?”  I’m so excited that so many people stopped by to take the poll!  It looks like all told we had 41 responses with the biggest chunk of grievances coming from those who find their linen closet too small.  Following at a close second is too cluttered.  If you’re more of a visual person – like myself – here’s a fancy pie chart of the results:

Linen closet pet peeve pie chartPretty saucy, no?  As far as the numbers go, I can also share this:

Linen closet pet peeve percentagesAnd what does “other answer” mean?  These were the folks who wrote in their pet peeve.  And I have to say, my heart goes out to the two of you who wrote in to lament that you, in fact, have NO linen closet.  What do you do with all of your sheets & towels & other linen closet-y type of things?  I suspect creativity had to be employed & would be very interested to read how you dealt with this problem.  Please do share!

For the rest of us – with our small, cluttered, dark, & inaccessible linen closets – it looks like we would benefit from some well-planned organization!  A big part of such a project is folding, which inevitably leads one to ask, “Why are fitted sheets so hard to fold anyway?”  No longer!  To aid you in your linen closet de-cluttering, here’s a short video that clearly explains the step by step process:

In no time, you’ll be folding like a pro & will smile with satisfaction at your neat stacks of 400 Thread Count Sateens.  Or, at the very least, you’ll be able to get your linen closet ship-shape, spending less time digging around for things & more time relaxing.

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