I swear, instead of a cute little ballerina twirling to a light and whimsical tune, the Psycho “Shriek Shriek Shriek Shriek!” stabbing sound effect should play every time I open my jewelry box. Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, shoelaces, last night’s leftover spaghetti, my cat’s whiskers…nothing is safe from the giant, festering knot of chain and charms that seethes within my jewelry box. But today I put my foot down! There are so many cute and easy tutorials for DIY jewelry organizers floating out there on the interweb, I no longer have any excuse for leaving my jewelry in a jumble!
These adorable jewelry hangers, displays, and organizers are as cute as they are convenient. Not only do they help keep your burgeoning jewelry collection in check, but they make awesome decorations for your bedroom! Any one of these fabulous DIY jewelry organizers would help spruce up a room and add a little functional flair to your decor.
This Driftwood Jewelry Hanger from Style & Pepper is one of my absolute favorites. Rustic yet refined, this jewelry display makes an amazing piece of wall art while keeping your necklace chains nice and tangle-free. It’s the perfect project for nature lovers. (Just make sure it’s clean and pest free and all that good stuff!)
If you’re an earring fiend, this Lacy Vintage Earring Organizer is a great organizing solution. This thrifty project is great for those “DIY on a dime” types; it takes less than $10 to make! Plus it’s a quick and easy craft you can easily whip up and have hanging on your wall in an evening.
Then for the true jewelry hoarder, we have this peg board jewelry display. If you have more jewelry than you know what to do with, this might be the solution for you. You’ll never have a problem finding that exact piece you’re looking for again, and accessorizing your outfits will be a breeze.
Now here’s a genius idea–instead of throwing all your jewelry in a drawer, why not hang the drawer on the wall? This clever Necklace and Earring Organizer is made by adding hooks and a coat of paint to a utensil organizer like you’d use in a kitchen drawer, but instead of displaying forks and spoons, you’re displaying your fabulous accessories.
If you’re looking for something a bit more discreet, this gorgeous display idea from Martha Stewart is a fun way to keep your jewelry un-cluttered but still have it out of sight. Use various “orphaned” teacups and saucers (or pick some up at flea markets and garage sales) to create an eclectic organization solution.
Trying to avoid another hole in the wall? This cheese-grater-turned-earring-holder is a fun tabletop organizing option. Add a fresh coat of aqua paint for a retro vibe (or choose whatever palette you please) and add some brass hooks for feet, and you have a kitschy little earring display that will impress your guests.