6 bed sheet storage ideas for simple, organized living

Don’t sleep on these bed sheet storage ideas

Two storage cubes in a wardrobe and a storage bag on the floor
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I’m awful at organizing so I'm in need of some bed sheet storage ideas. I’m also a massive sheet collector — I just like having all the pretty colors and plenty of spares, because you never know when friends might pop by (that’s what I keep telling myself anyway). 

But the number of bedding sets I have takes up serious space in my very small upstairs cabinet, and I’ve always wished there was a way to keep them neatly stacked. 

If you're struggling to pull a set of matching sheets out of your linen closet or under your bed, see some easy solutions to simplify your bed-making routine.

Bed sheet storage ideas to makeover your linen closet

Not only does storing your sheets in boxes make everything look aesthetic, but it keeps them clean and is a great organization hack

"To keep your sheets fresh while storing them in between uses or during the off-season, I recommend washing then housing them in a breathable, cotton bag or organizer as it protects from dust but allows moisture to escape," says Katie Elks, Brooklinen's director of design and product development.

If you just can’t wait to get organized, I’ve got you covered with some fabulous bed sheet storage ideas.

Bed sheet organizers to store your linens


Finding places to store sheets can be such a pain when you're tight on space. Try stashing these organizers in a linen closet, underneath your bed, or on top of a large cabinet or wardrobe. 

You can also use these to store other household linens and try some new small bathroom towel storage ideas. Knowing how many clean sheets and towels you have left means you won't ever be left hanging with grubby linens and you're always prepared for an unexpected guest. A win-win!

Eve Smallman
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