So tell me how do you organize your jewelry items? I’ve got them in a box and is quite a mess.
Boxes and basket work good to organize almost everything in the house, except jewelry. If the box is to big necklaces and bracelets get tangled, and if it’s to small I can’t never remember in which one I store the item I want to wear. I may have a bad memory, please tell me I’m not the only one! I found some helpful tips about jewelry organization in this article and decided to improve my storage.
A few weeks ago I upgrade the DIY cup stand tree into a necklace holder! It works pretty good, but some extra storage was required!
I made a jewelry display…soooo easy to build, and quite stylish in my opinion! I give you the step by step explanation here under, but if you prefer to have a look at the pictures, you will find my tutorial on Dream a little bigger.
DIY jewelry organizer
Materials you will need to make your organizer:
- A piece of 6mm plywood
- Some craft dowels
- Wood stain or paint
- Wood glue
- Trigger clamps
Cut a plywood strip of 2 1/2 inches width by 18 inches long. Cut the end with a 30 degree angle. Sand and stain the wood. You can also choose to use paint instead. On the back nail a saw hook to hang your jewelry display on the wall.
Make five marks on the wood piece at more or less 3 inches distance from each others. Try to distribute the marks evenly along the length.
Glue the dowels on the wood. The higher dowel is 9 in. long, the second 13 in., the middle one 18 in., the fourth 13 in. and the bottom dowel is 9 in. Center each dowel on the wood piece and hold them with a trigger clamp while the wood glue dries.
And done! You can add a coat of varnish if you want. Ready to hang your jewelry organizer on the wall!
As I don’t have enough room in my bathroom I hanged it in my bedroom. It’s so practical and it looks pretty nice! Tell me, where you you like to hang it? Which color would you like to paint it?
If you want an other idea to store your jewelry, you will enjoy making this DIY earring holder too.
Want to remember this? Save this DIY jewelry organizer in your favorite Pinterest board!