Ditch the Jewelry Box: Creative Ways to Store & Organize All Your Baubles

Ditch the Jewelry Box: Creative Ways to Store & Organize All Your Baubles

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Dabney Frake
Jul 29, 2015
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Forget about stashing your jewelry away in some boring box. Instead, use one of these creative ideas for storing, organizing and displaying all your pretty necklaces, rings, and earrings. These make it easy to grab and go, and add a decorative element to the room.

Find something super sculptural, like this ceramic antler from Style Me Pretty (lead photo above), and slip on rings, watches and bracelets.

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DIY jewelry stands from The Merry Thought.

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In fact, your kitchen is a hotbed of items you can reuse as storage in other parts of the house. Think teacups, muffin tins, and ice cube trays.

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This sleek and sculptural stand was made by Monsters Circus out of just dowels and zip ties.

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This necklace organizer is just a cork board covered with linen fabric and decorated with a nailhead border. I Heart Organizing using thumbtacks to keep her necklaces tidy on the dresser.

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Annie from Fresh American Style dedicated a drawer to her stuff, and outfitted it with inserts and trays with compartments created especially for earrings and bracelets.

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The Girl on the Go screwed in a bunch of wall hooks, then hid the whole thing with an IKEA mirror on hinges.

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This tray fits a series of vessels that are perfects for rings and other jewelry. Find out how to make it over on Tuts+.

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The backs of closet doors are a perfect out-of-the-way spot to hang a few hooks. From Better Homes & Gardens.

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Jenny Komenda dedicated a space inside her upgraded IKEA PAX wardrobe for jewelry. It includes a tray, some small hooks, and a small statue for draping chains.

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Emily Henderson shared this modern brass and wood storage block you can mount on the wall for necklaces.

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This recessed jewelry cabinet makes use of dead space in the hallway wall and was custom built by J Korsbon Designs for a client.

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The Glitter Guide featured Meg Galligan's series of lucite trays that are simple and stylish.

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Tonya Staab repurposed a printers tray and hung it on her wall, filled to the brim with her jewelry collection.

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Have a box of antlers under your bed? Put them to good use as necklace organizers. As seen on Design Sponge.

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