May 10, 2020 12:51 pm
Our current floor plan does not have a linen cupboard upstairs. We have 4 bedrooms with WIRs, but I still feel I need a linen cupboard. What is everyone's thoughts on this? I'm a big believer in lots of storage and feel every house needs a linen cupboard upstairs as well as downstairs? What's everyone's experience with this?
Re: Linen cupboard2
May 10, 2020 1:19 pm
You need somewhere to store sheets, blankets and towels. If you put these in everyone's WIR, then if they run out, then they need to access someone else's room to get some!
Teenagers can be quite territorial!
Re: Linen cupboard3
May 10, 2020 1:22 pm
Definitely put a linen cupboard upstairs.
If anything you can get away with a smaller linen closet downstairs and put a large one upstairs.
We used to have a vacuum cleaner upstairs and one downstairs so we didn't have to carry it up and down.
As you said, you can't have to much storage.
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Re: Linen cupboard4
May 11, 2020 1:02 pm
We have a WIL upstairs in our plan , but could not manage one down stairs but have got some storage under the stairs which we may put to some use.
The linen cupboard in our current rental home serves as multi purpose storage, so it should be in your list of "must have".
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