Organizing Jewelry Tips
Try these smart jewelry organizing ideas to help alleviate frustration.
I find when it comes to having jewelry organized that it's important to have organizers that allow you to store a large quantity of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc. There are lots of cute and unique organizers but most of them only allow a few things.
So after trial and error I have found a few jewelry organizers that are functional and look nice. What I like about
these organizers is that they can be hung up in the closet to utilize space well. One thing to keep in mind is that everyone's space is different which can change the dynamics of how your organize things. What works well for you may not work for another.
I had a client who desperately needed help in organizing her jewelry. She used a really pretty jewelry keeper but the problem is that the accumulation of jewelry over time caused lots of havoc!
We have all had jewelry tangle up
and know how frustrating and time consuming it can be to fix it. So the solution would be to create a system that works for you.
So I sorted all of the jewelry by like items and then used the organizers to display
them into their own uniqueness. When you have pretty jewelry you want things
to look nice too.
I took all of the necklaces and put them on a battery powered tie organizer
that works great for hanging at least 40 necklaces. And the cool thing about it
is that it keeps all the necklaces separated to prevent tangling. And this one also
had a cool light on it. This was purchased at the Container Store but I am sure you
can find something similar on Amazon.
The pocket style jewelry organizer works great for earrings and
bracelets. The pockets are on the front and the back. I organized
the earrings on one side and some bracelets on the other side and
then hung it up in the closet. It has about 72 pockets total. So it holds
lots of items.
My client also had quite a few big bracelets and so I
organized them on a beautiful bracelet organizer which
also made it easy to keep the bracelets separated and apart.
Plus it looks super elegant!
I hope you got some good tips from this post. Let me know what you think. :)
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