I love accessories.
Scarves, belts, shoes and especially jewelry. My everyday look is earrings, studs or hoops, and a bracelet or two.
I love stacking bracelets.
On dressier occasions, I ditch the dangly earrings for studs and wear a statement necklace. Statement necklaces make me feel so sophisticated.
But where is a jewelry lovin’ girl supposed to keep all her jewelry?
Tip: Get rid of what you don’t wear. Then sort and organize what’s left to determine what kind of storage you need.
I didn’t want to spend much, if any, money on organizers, so I repurposed everyday items. And today I want to share with you 4 diy jewelry organizers.
Tear off the lid of an egg crate and repurpose it to hold earrings and rings.
You can paint the egg crate or leave it natural. I’m planning to paint my egg crate glossy white.
I dusted off my crystal candlesticks and draped my favorite bracelets over them. My everyday bracelets sit out on the dresser, and lesser worn bracelets are on a second candlestick that sits on a shelf in my closet.
I use the glass sugar bowl to keep my favorite earrings handy.
A tray gives these odd and end organizers a collected look.
I stuck this towel bar in my daughter’s bathroom because I didn’t want it in my bathroom anymore. The next time I walked into her bathroom, my heart swelled with pride when I saw her bracelets lined up in a row on the towel bar.
It’s in the genes, y’all.
Towel bars also work well for storing delicate necklaces.
You could also use:
and whatever your imagination can think of!