In our old apartment, I had most of my jewelry in vintage boxes and my necklaces hung from two large hooks on the bathroom wall. Since we moved, it’s all still in a box because I haven’t figured out how I want to organize it yet. I started looking around for some good ideas and thought I would share some of the best.
Lori from Paisley Wallpaper stores her jewelry in these cute little molds. Great idea if you have the drawer space!
I love the way an old frame and a piece of screen were used for an earring display. Check out the full tutorial at Restored Style [she also has some other great jewelry storage ideas, so be sure to look around].
Or if DIY is not your thing, you can buy one that someone else made by hand. This earring frame was built from weathered barn wood by Paradise Hill Designs.
This one is yet another great example of re-purposing burlap. Marianne used a coffee sack, a large frame, and a few hooks to make this lovely creation. Read all about it on her blog, Songbird.
Erin from Little e found these antlers at a thrift shop while road tripping through Texas. I love it so much, I might just steal this idea! But be forewarned … Erin says drilling holes in the antlers to hang them releases quite an odor. Thankfully, it goes away and you are left with a really cool and creative way to display your necklaces. This could be great for scarves and maybe even coats too.
If you have a great idea for jewelry organization, let me know! Would love to share it! XO.