I’m an organization expert – here's how to easily store all your bulky duvets for just $10

AN ORGANIZATION expert has revealed her top tip for storing extra comforters, blankets, towels, and more.

The best part is it only costs about $10.


“Our linen closet has enough room for towels and sheets because of one simple hack: This cheap bean bag chair cover,” she said in a video she posted to TikTok. 

“Inside I have put all of our comforters and unwieldy bedding that didn’t fit in the linen closet,” she added. 

“It’s all packed inside here, but you can fill it with just about anything: stuffed animals, pillows, towels, whatever you need.

“And it is a really comfortable seat,” she concluded.

She claimed her hack is great for those who live in a “neurodivergent household” like her.

People gave the TikToker a virtual thumbs up in the comment section of the video as they showered her with excited compliments.

“OMG this is genius for storing the guest comforters. 

“And the beach towels in the off-season,” one person wrote. 

“I have a duvet who doesn’t know where she belongs,” another person added.

“I may have found her home now!”

This is far from the only hack for neurodivergent folks on TikTok. 

Another TikToker previously shared her closet decluttering tip that she claimed works well for her neurodivergent clients.

Speaking to people who might want to purge their closet, she advised them to lay out all their T-shirts in front of them. 

“Now you’re gonna make a decision on each T-shirt and it’s either going to be a yes, you keep it, or no, it goes,” she said.

She told people they could only take three seconds to make a decision. 

“This works so well because when you have that time crunch you’re making decisions from your gut and you’re not giving your brain time to tell you all the reasons why you have to keep it,” she explained. 


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