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How to Organize Jewelry

 

Organizing jewelry can seem like a daunting task, especially if you don't have a lot of space to do it. However, by learning some simple tips you can manage to do it with ease and in no time at all.


1) Take Inventory

One important part of keeping your jewelry organized is knowing how much you actually own. You probably have boxes full of jewelry stored in your closet or dresser drawers that you just haven't worn in years.

The first step to organizing your jewelry is taking inventory. Once you know what you have and where it is, you can start to sort. If you have never done this before you might be surprised at how much jewelry you actually own.


2) Start to Sort

First, gather all your jewelry together in one pile and start to divvy up it up. You'll want to divvy up jewelry by type and by occasion. Give your pieces a once over for possible scuff marks or tarnish. Take quick notes of any damage. It is best to set aside items in need of a good polish or restoring in a separate pile.

When sorting your pile, you may find some unexpected surprises. Reevaluate your needs. If you didn't even remember that you had a certain necklace, why not pass it along to someone who would appreciate it more than you do? We're sure your local charity always appreciates a generous donation. Plus, you will free up much-needed space for organizing.


Jewelry as Décor

 

Why hide your best baubles in a box when you can put them on display? Your accessories can double as décor as long as they are safe from the glare of harsh sunlight. Plus, an earring holder displays your favorite pieces and makes picking a pair a breeze.

Another smart décor solution is utilizing jewelry dishes. They quickly elevate your home's style and serve as an effortless way to bring your belongings together. Fill trays with your current go-to favorites for easy access. They also look amazing on top of your dresser, nightstand or vanity.


Organizing with Drawers

If you decide to store your jewelry in drawers, you have a couple of options when it comes to organizing your pieces. Drawer dividers let you build a personalized system centered on the pieces of jewelry in your set. Drawer dividers come apart easily, so you can change the layout as needed according to your drawer size. Make sure to line your drawers with a soft fabric like velvet to prevent scratches to your jewelry. It is also a good idea to label each section, so you always put your jewels back in their proper places.


Wall Storage

 

Utilizing hanging organizers is a must especially if you have a small space. The more you have on the wall, the less horizontal or counter space you need for storage.

A good organization idea for small spaces includes using over the door hooks in your closet or on a clothing rack for easy storage. Luckily, over the door hooks give your necklaces a glamorous place to rest and adds visual interest to your place. Search for compartments like s-hooks to keep hanging necklaces knot-free.

Cubbyholes are an excellent option for organizing bracelets. Look for slots with clear pockets, so you can see what’s inside at first glance. This lets you spot your must-have pieces easily, while also keeping them safe and sound.


In Conclusion

 

When you have a lot of jewelry, it can easily get out of hand. However, if you keep your things organized and tidy, you will be making it easier to wear jewelry as well as clean and store it once you’re done. We hope you have enjoyed our article with pointers to follow on how to start organizing your jewelry in the best way possible.