Jewelry Organization

Spoiler alert: I have a lot of jewelry.

Like, A. LOT.

Therefore, I have to keep it organized so I can find what I’m looking and see all of my options. I’ve used different methods over the years and I’m always thinking of new ways to keep all of my jewels stashed.

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I have my sunglasses laid out in a monogrammed acrylic tray that was a gift. You can find a similar style here.

All of my stud earrings are stored in a lipstick holder that I got at The Container Store. If you’ve seen my lipstick collection, you  know that I quickly outgrew that organizer, but I found another way to use it!

The tall, acrylic necklace holder in the back belonged to my grandma, but you can find it here.

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This is an ashtray that stayed on an end table at my grandparents’ house. My grandpa threw his change in it every day and it is one of my most prized possessions. I think of him every time I look at it. If I’m too lazy to put all my jewels back at the end of the day, I toss them in this ash tray and put them up later.

The crown ring dish is a TJ Maxx find and so perfect for me #katemiddletonismybff and the smaller ring dish to the right was a gift.

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This bracelet bar is from Amazon and it holds all of my bracelets and that’s no small job. I can see all of my collection and quickly pick and choose which ones to wear each day.

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As you can see, I have a slight obsession with big, statement earrings. The only problem is they are difficult to store. I had them in a 4-drawer acrylic unit, but that wasn’t working. I found these trays at TJ Maxx for $7.99 (I have 3) and they are perfect.

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I also have my beauty collectibles and pretties on my chest of drawers beside my jewelry.

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The hardest thing to figure out how to store were my necklaces. I have so many and some are big and heavy and others are light and dainty and it’s hard to find a system that will accommodate both. Amazon to the rescue!

I bought the hanger/hook system from Amazon for $12.99. The reviews recommended using Command Strips instead of the adhesive on the actual pieces. Well, I tried that and they fell. My daddy saved the day and drilled holes in each plastic piece, drilled holes in my closet door, and then screwed them in. They are much more secure this way! If you’re looking for a storage system for your necklaces, this one is good, but you’ll need to put some extra work in! Isn’t it just a beautiful sight?!


I’m writing this late at night so forgive me if there are grammatical errors or I’ve missed something. I’m too lazy to review #honest

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