Orlando Apartments with Linen Closets

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Orlando Apartments with Linen Closets

Linen Closets

Always at a loss for where to store your blankets, towels and other linen items? Apartments with linen closets in Orlando provide residents a convenient space for better organization and expanded storage opportunities. While you might find room in your closet or inside a dresser, these items can often be hard to reach or take up valuable space for clothing and accessories.

Linen Closet Features

Apartments with linen closet storage come in a few different layouts. Some apartments have linen closets only in the master bedroom, while others will have them in each bathroom or in the hallway. Linen closets in all the bathrooms may be the ideal choice for residents with roommates. If you prefer to keep a designated guest room, bathroom linen closets are a good way to provide guests with clean towels and other items throughout their stay without entering the master bedroom or disturbing their hosts.

Residents typically use linen closets for items other than clothing, but you can use this storage in a variety of ways depending on your needs. The racks are often stacked close together so that towels and other folded items stay inside snugly and do not slip out. Bathroom linen closets tend to start halfway up the wall, while hallway and master bedroom closets are more likely to be full-length.

Benefits of Linen Closets

Linen closet storage is convenient for storing bulky items, like bathroom tissue or heavy bath towels, that are difficult to keep in a closet or dresser and may be an eyesore if placed out in the open. Bathroom linen closets are particularly helpful when you run out of bath tissue on the roller! It may also be convenient to have bath towels nearby if you forget to grab one before your shower. If you prefer to have a spare set of bedsheets and pillow cases while you wash used ones, you can permanently store extra sheets, comforters, and quilts in the linen closet. This is also a good strategy for surprise guests! For speedy washing and drying, you can search for and find apartments with washers and dryers included in Orlando.

Other storage uses for bathroom linen closets include makeup bags, hair dryers and other hair appliances, candles, air fresheners, lotions and backup bottles of shampoo and conditioner. This helps free your bathroom counter of clutter and enhances the aesthetics of your available space. This HGTV page may be helpful if you're looking for linen closet organization tips.

Apartments with linen closets in the master bedroom or hallway may be larger and taller, giving you space to store other items, like compact vacuum cleaners and other appliances. Taller linen closets will still have tightly-stacked racks but may include a more spacious bottom area without any racks. A linen closet in a hallway may be the best setup if you and your roommates want to share the items – this avoids the need to pass through bedrooms for linen closet access.

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