Jewelry Organizer

“You musn’t be afraid to sparkle a little brighter darling” – Kirsten Kaeln

Alas, a sweet home for your sweet things! If you’re like me, and like your bling, this is a MUST HAVE. For a loooong time, I struggled to find a spot to consolidate all my baubles – I looked far and wide; jewelry boxes and trays, DIY frames, cork boards, standing organizers, revolving organizers, even stole my kid’s bead organizer – you name it, I’ve tried it. I’m happy to share, my search is finally over! And I couldn’t be happier.

I’m reviewing two items today: Lockable Jewelry Cabinet and Wall-mounted Coat Hook (detailed reviews below).

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This organizer can be mounted on a wall, or hangs over the door if you’re tight on wall space – mount it in your master bath, or in your walk-in-closet (if you’re lucky enough to have one 🙂 ). It has a lock too and little LED lights (AAA battery operated, so no wiring required). Here’s the link for Songmics Lockable Jewelry Cabinet. Me loveeeees it!!! Below are a few pictures from room.

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I have another solution for you people with a crazy amount of necklaces (like me m :-P) – Wall-mounted Coat Hook. I hung several hooks INSIDE my shoe closet door.

Pro-Tip with coat hooks:

  1. Use one with long hooks, so it can hold multiple necklaces.
  2. Make sure the hooks are U shaped (vs. horizontal), to avoid things sliding off.
  3. Hang at different heights to hold necklaces of different lengths.

Below is how it looks installed (I didn’t get a chance to organize my necklaces properly, because I really want to take pics for this post!).

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