Friday, January 25, 2008

Organising jewellery storage

There are some great solutions to organise your jewellery - hooks on doors, compartmentalised jewellery boxes, tool boxes from the hardware store, cutlery trays, etc.

To start with, analyse what you have (earrings, bracelets, necklaces, etc) and how much you have. Then only select your storage solution.

I have lots of small studs (well...about 8 - 10 pairs) so I just lump them all together in a small jewellery box.

I have some hanging earrings, bracelets and necklaces which I keep on hooks.

No need to get fancy - chop a coouple of nails on the inside of your wardrobe door and drape them over there. Have a look at a picture of my wardrobe door. Or hang them on a martini glass (I blogged about this here.).

I also like ice-cube trays (if you have that much space in your drawers) but I tend to advise going vertical with this kind of storage.

How do you store your jewellery?

2 comments:

Avital P said...

I made my necklace and bracelet organizer with a wire rack, the kind that sits in a sink under a plastic dish basin.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/spindexr/2080644141/

Avital

Andrea said...

I found a website that claims to have the ultimate storage solution for all jewellery: www.cleverestjewelbox.co.uk

They have not launched yet but they have lots of information on their website about their jewellery storage solution.

I have now registered with them and I am awaiting notification of their launch. Definitely worth paying them a visit and registering with them.

Cheers!

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