Jewellery Storage Ideas

I am so excited to be showing you all these different ideas of storing your jewellery. Please be warned this is a long post, but worth looking through.

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This is a tip I picked up from Trinny & Susannah. Just rows of small nails on the back/inside of wardrobe. It works really well – and cost nothing! ~ Cait

When i lived in the US all my friends were into buying a jewellery Armoire.  You can get them freestanding or like a full length mirror that opens into a double sided tresure chest! ~ Maree

I have a corkboard that fits exactly into my walk in wardrobe.   Lots of pins and everything is at easy reach & sight.  I plan to paint it white to blend in with the wall. ~ Jodie

Like above a simple corkboard on the wall. It means my jewellery is on display so I am more likely to put it on each day! Although I do need to do a bit of a clean-up… ~ Anges

If you have a photo to share of your jewellery storage, use the contacts tab HERE to send your image, we would love some extra inspiration! 

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18 comments

Jodie Thompson August 20, 2011 - 7:11 AM

As always, you have inspired me to sort out my jewelry chaos. I use a big hanging thing with pockets (fro Howards) but never got round to filling it so I still have bits in all sorts of places. So many great ideas here. Thanks!

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meljewel August 19, 2011 - 10:36 PM

oooh Just gorgeous!! I have high quality fashion jewellery that i sell part-time so i have a huge collection, great inspiration for a new display!!

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Norlin August 20, 2011 - 8:38 AM

I use this from Ikea: http://www.ikea.com/au/en/catalog/products/80181935 It’s pretty good but not so great. I have to re-organise my necklaces because this works well for rings, bracelets and bangles but not necklace unfortunately. Thanks for sharing these ideas above, I do think I might decorate a corkboard to make it look nice and pin up my necklaces.

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Ange August 20, 2011 - 12:19 AM

I have a lovely hand made jewellery tree. The bottom is an overturned goblet and the branches are old spoons and forks. I LOVE it! It holds all my bits AND looks pretty on my dresser.

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Pinkfrosting August 20, 2011 - 1:35 AM

I’d love to see a pic. Sound fabulous.

I will work on this project this week. Will show you what I come up with. Great post Kat.
Alicia

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Alyce B August 20, 2011 - 11:40 AM

I made a hairclip holder for my daughter similar to that last one with the ribbons and frame, but instead I used a canvas (painted it first) and added ribbons.

http://blossom-heart.blogspot.com/2011/05/crafty-creations-hair-clip-holder.html

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Kate @ Puddles & Gumboots August 20, 2011 - 6:58 AM

It’s really interesting seeing how everyone has organised and displayed their jewellery. I really like the frames with hanging wires. Will definitely have to sort out my jewellery 🙂

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Belinda Bosco August 21, 2011 - 11:27 AM

I organised my jewellery a little while ago. I took before and after photos. I was going to use it as a topic for my blog when i eventually get started. I have used a shelf inside my wardrobe. I used cheap stick on hooks from the cheap shop. I got a pack of 20 for $2. I also picked up from a second hand shop fitting place , the earring holder. Now I can see most of my jewllery. I still have a couple of items that I wanted to keep in boxes, but I have found I wear a variety now.

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Ella September 12, 2011 - 7:26 PM

These are all wonderful ideas, but just wondering if anyone has any ideas for someone who travels a lot? I go away on at least a weekly basis and i like to take different bits and pieces with me. The jewellery bags/rolls don’t really work too well so after some alternatives

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stacksandlots.blogspot.com April 3, 2012 - 11:07 AM

I have been wanting to make a frame with chicken wire on fabric for a while. But decided to re-arrange a few things in the house and came up with something to get me buy until I pull my finger out. Here it is….
I used the woven square placement I had in the centre of our dining room table. It wasn’t currently being used as I now have a basket with paper and pencils for the kids to draw whenever they want there instead.
I’ve now got the frame, but yet to find a wire I like but this is working out well so far.

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Katrina Maree April 11, 2012 - 11:18 AM

I love the cork board idea. I bought paper towel holder from woollies and it holds all my bangles. And I have a fancy dish that all my costume rings go in. I will definately invest in the cork board at the moment all my chains are hanging on a hook which gets tangled 🙂

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sophie November 7, 2013 - 10:06 PM

Good article, even better comments. I’ve got some great ideas now – thanks guys!

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Soraya Avila-Sarcos July 9, 2014 - 3:33 AM

Great ideas! I’ll definitely bookmark this page for the future.
I love your blog.
Very inspiring.

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maniamania January 20, 2015 - 3:44 PM

I love the clothing hanger to organized the jewelry. It is very easy to use and looking very beautiful. Your list of ideas also very nice.

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Ryan August 12, 2016 - 10:45 AM

The clothes hanger idea is fantastic! I’m definitely going to get my wife to try this as I’m tired of her necklaces being scattered all over the place. I bought her a wooden jewellery box but it was only really suitable for rings and small items. I totally forgot about the necklaces, rookie error on my part.

i think the wooden clothes hanger looks nice and is a much better option than the metal one but i suppose it depends on style and preference. Thanks for the ideas anyway.

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Harriet September 19, 2016 - 5:16 PM

Love these jewellery organising ideas! The clothes hanger idea is my favourite 🙂 so easy and practical.

I found a few of my own you may also like http://name-jewellery.com.au/blog/10-clever-diy-ways-to-organise-your-jewellery/

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Freddy Joe May 12, 2022 - 4:08 PM

Very nice, Love the tips.

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife May 25, 2022 - 12:10 PM

Glad they were helpful!

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