There are so many different ways to organize as well as store jewelry — but what do you do when you have absolutely no surface space to store your pretties?
I recently moved house for what feels like the millionth time and the transition has left me with a smaller bedroom, but a bigger closet. The bittersweet change has forced me to rethink my wardrobe and accessory storage.
I used to keep my jewelry in nice trays atop a vanity, but the new master bedroom just doesn’t have room for the extra furniture.
After scanning Pinterest for days, I attempted a cute DIY hanging board, but the cluttered look was just too much in the small room. So, I thought, I have the closet space, why not use it for jewelry, too?
A little searching lead me to the Hanging Jewelry Organizer (above). The simple design was a life saver and, honestly, is one of those inventions that makes you wonder, “why didn’t I think of that!”
I love this slim organizer for so many reasons, where do I begin?
First, it has so many pockets, tabs and velcro loops. I fit all of my jewelry in it and still have room left. It’s a great excuse to feed my bad habit. You have 28 pockets plus 14 loops to stash your pieces. The four large pockets are excellent for watches, cuffs and other bigger pieces. On the other side, six medium sized pockets and 18 small pockets are perfect for earrings of every size. I have lots of broaches, too, and they fit perfectly in these pockets.
The pockets are made of clear vinyl, too, so it’s super simple to find what you’re looking for.
As if that’s not enough, the top hook is designed to fit on any standard sized closet rod. It even swivels so you can twist and turn the double-sided organizer when you’re searching for that perfect piece.
This piece is just easy and efficient, there’s not much more to it. It fits easy in your wardrobe, even if you have a small closet and it holds loads of jewelry. Even if I had the room for a large standing jewelry box, I’d probably opt for this organizer to hold my everyday favorites.