Beautiful jewellery is a simple way to add style to any spring outfit.
Whether it is on-trend costume jewellery, vintage treasures or fine jewellery – the right storage is key to ensuring your items last forever.
We want to avoid:
- Tangling – as this can damage or break our jewellery so then we can’t wear it.
- Wasting Time – trying to find the item we need for that special outfit or untangling necklaces.
- Losing Parts – like pendants or earring pairs.
Then we won’t be able to wear them, they’ll clutter up our wardrobe and be a total waste of money.
Today I’m sharing the 3 ways to store your jewellery:
#1 Compartment Containers – available in many different materials like plastic, wood or velvet covered. I sourced the one in the pic below from Howards Storage World. I like the fact that they have various sized spots – so I can store small things like fine jewellery, earrings and rings but also bangles, bracelets and brooches too. They are also stackable – I prefer to have them flat in my pull out drawers.
#2 Hanging Pocket Organiser – a simple way to store lots of things especially bangles, necklaces, beads, belts. Bonus that it hangs in your wardrobe neatly with your clothes. I like to keep things simple and use the ‘one in one out rule’ with this storage space. When I find a new piece to add to my collection I swap it with a piece I’m no longer wearing and pass it on. The pocket organiser pictured below is from Howards Storage World – I’m sure you’d find them at any good department store.
#3 Hook Organisers – this is a beautifully creative way to store mainly necklaces and bangles too. Thanks to Lauren from The Thinking Closet she has put together 25 gorgeous images and ideas for storing jewellery. I really love the recycled aspect used in these ideas – especially the garden rack! Take a look here and be inspired.
So those are my favourite ways to store jewellery.
Share this blog post with a friend who might love these storage ideas too!
PS Here’s what I’m thinking next year…..
I have a vision for a beautiful pop-up market showcasing luxurious sustainable fashion. We’re talking eco, ethical, organic, vintage and refashioned pieces.
Is this something you would like to go to? Comment below and let us know.
Yours in all things preloved,