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Clever Ways to Store Extra Bed Sheets

Keep them clean and crisp with these tips from interior designer Kristine Neri-Magturo

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Photography: Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions and Paolo Feliciano (Main Photos)

How often do you wash your sheets and pillow covers? Some do it every two weeks and there are those who regularly change theirs every week. This is not surprising as many of us look forward to a delightful slumber on a bed dressed up in fresh linen.

After the laborious task of washing bed sheets, comforters, and pillowcases, storing them properly can be equally difficult. Since we want to keep each piece clean, we often stuff them inside overflowing cabinets or drawers that are filled with towels and clothes, too. If you’re one of the many who find it challenging to store bulky duvets as well, we asked interior designer Kristine Neri-Magturo for a couple of expert tips. The designer explores different storage options that fall under: under, over, and hidden. Apply them at home with these must-dos:

Under can refer to nooks found under the bed, console tables, desks, and sofas.

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