One of those things happened. The fluffy TV. Hooray. Our DVR in the living room died the other day (the second electronic item we've killed lately). So, no recorded shows. I hadn't realized how attached I was to the DVR. But I'm pretty sure after receiving the new one yesterday I may be even more consumed. We got whole home DVR set up so now I can watch anything on any of our DVRs. My life is complete. Happy sigh.
Very tippy top shelf (that you can barely see): extra kitchen towels (we got a thousand for wedding presents) and quilted table topper
First shelf: blankets, ones we seldom use
Second shelf: beach towels (yes, they're all super girly, my poor husband)
Second shelf (again): Hey beach towels, what's up
Third shelf: Bright colored towels and hair towels (you have hair towels too, right? They're smaller and perfect for turban-ing your freshly washed hair)
Fourth shelf: Blue towels and a basket
5th shelf: (awkward picture, oops) Sheets, they're basically sorted by size. And a sliding drawer full of candles.
Under the shelf: Extra blankets we use more frequently and extra pillows.
And the best thing is, this project cost me nothing at all. And I have a good sized bag of stuff to donate. So my closet is cleaner and I'm doing a good deed. Double score! I had dreams of doing small towel bars on the inside of my door for sheets or blankets and baskets to sort the sheets and towels but for now we're going the no money reorganization route.
How do you organize your linen closet? Are you still holding onto weird random things that you're not sure why you still have? I got rid of the empty comforter bag in case you were curious.