Yesterday it was the men. Today we are talking about organizing women’s jewelry and small accessories. There are lots of options!
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What have you found most helpful for storing your jewelry?
15 thoughts on “30 Things to Store Day 15: Women’s Jewelry”
I actually have a large jewelry box with jewelry trays on my bedroom bureau. I also happen to have a whole drawer in my bedroom furniture that also houses some of my costume jewelry, as well.
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That is so nice when you have a jewelry drawer in your bedroom furniture. Great place to safely and cleanly store your jewelry that isn’t out in the open!
I love this! Now I have to read all the other storage posts 🙂
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Thanks for watching, Marina! We are having fun all month with these. Always more to learn – for me too. I’m loving the comments and feedback I’m receiving:)
I love hearing and seeing jewelry storage ideas. I’ve recently inherited jewelry and I’m conflicted about storing them in a safe deposit box where it’s difficult to access, but safe. I realize that it’s a good problem to have, but I haven’t settled on the right solution for me….yet.
It is important to take good care of valuable jewelry. I wouldn’t hang my most precious pieces out from a bulletin board. Those are safely stored. It is tough, because you won’t wear what is difficult to access. Good luck with choosing the best solution!
I have a corkboard with pins that I hang my necklaces on and it’s the perfect solution for me!
That is an affordable and incredibly functional alternative. Love to hear what people have found works for them!
I love organizing jewelry!
A personal favorite, Ellen? There are so many options, and something that fits almost every budget. Lucky clients who get you to organize their jewelry:)
Now I just need the post on cutting down on the amount of jewelry I have to store!
Okay, I’m taking note Carolyn! That can be tough, as much of our jewelry has sentimental value. It is possible, however, as we typically wear only a fraction of the jewelry we own.
This has come up for me because I’m moving to a big closet and I have a whole drawer of jewelry. I need some organization for it. Some I don’t wear but it just matters. Others don’t matter as much but I wear them.
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When you make a change is the perfect time to be intentional about designing a system that works for you. Think of how to use the walls of your larger closet, and maybe drawers if you will have them. So exciting!
Learned some quick things from your video that I never heard before. Hope these will help me to organize my jewelry.
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