I’m back with another storage solution for your jewelry, specifically, the necklaces. I don’t know about you, but for me, if I can’t see my necklaces at a glance, I’m much less likely to wear them. I had a behind-the-closet-door storage system that worked really well . . . pre-baby. Now, one of my son’s favorite things is to pull the necklaces he can reach off the wall. So, I needed to get them higher.
I wasn’t sure if my idea was going to work, so I didn’t photograph it step-by-step, but all I did was apply my pretty paper to a piece of foam board and attach pushpins at the top to hang the necklaces on. (The pins actually poke through to the other side- you could obviously use a cork board too, but so far, my pins are staying strong).
WalMart had a really cute selection of push pins in different sizes and colors (hot and pale pink, light and dark aqua). I chose the shiny silver here.
Now I can see my most favorite necklaces right where I get ready in the morning.
Since I had a shelf handy, I added my watches and some bracelets too (contained in bowls from Anthropologie).
Also, over on my friend Chassity’s blog (Look, Linger, Love) she is sharing a sale of artwork created personally by Sally King Benedict. Visit Look, Linger, Love to order:)