Quick tips to organize your jewellery!

Let’s accept that we all have more pieces of jewellery than clothes and other stuffs. In fact, there is no end of buying new pieces. Each time we visit a new place or the same mall, we couldn’t stop ourself from purchasing one or two jewellery pieces. Yes, this leads us to face problems like, how to arrange them neatly in the already packed wardrobe, how to keep them safe and tarnish-free, how to display them so that they look visibly appealing. I have some smart and practical ways to store all those lovely and beautiful jewellery. Here are the ideas for you.

Put them in your wardrobe: Simply divide your single wardrobe into two sections-one for clothes and another for jewellery. You can do that by attaching a rail with some hooks on it, a bit like the ones that you can find in men’s wardrobes to hang their ties, and use it for all your necklaces.


Divide jewellery: Save your all jewellery from tangling each other by dividing them into individual sections. Use plastic boxes in order to divide all your small items like rings and small bracelets from necklaces sets.


Hang earrings over the edge of a martini glass or a china bowl: Both are classy, and are easy to use (simply hang the earrings over the outside rim of the glass or bowl). You can also do this with items like coffee mugs, etc. Select whatever will look good in the area you’re going to display the jewelry.


Pile them up: From now on, no more throwing away your glass bottles. The easiest way to store your bracelets (and also recycle) is to pile them up on a cylindrical base, like a bottle. It will save you a lot of space and also be quite decorative!



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