Happy Sunday & Happy New Year! Hope everyone has had a great weekend and a great start to 2013. Since we are focusing on organization this month, (and considering that it’s already January 6th) it’s time to crack down and get started…because jewelry might be one of the most difficult things to organize. Necklace chains all tangled, missing earring posts, and bracelets all in a jumble–it can be frustrating just thinking about it. Luckily, we have some fabulous tips for you to help you get started! Check out the images below and see how the JITT team gets their accessories in perfect order.
To avoid tangled knots, get some cute knobs to organize your necklace collection by size, color, or style.
Or check out this classy, clutter-free necklace tree to display on your dresser.
For your drawer, a simple organizer keep your rings in their place and out of sight so your dresser can stay neat and tidy.
This is the perfect organizer for earrings, keeping them from getting mixed up, or worse, missing! And the best part is it hangs up in your closet so you can easily pair them with your outfit for the day.
This display technique is great for showing off all of your fabulous jewels! The decorative bowls keep each item of jewelry together so they are easily accessible. Mandy got hers from Anthropologie, World Market, and West Elm.
Beth is also a fan of the closet organizer, but also uses it for bracelets and necklaces. Seems like this idea is a keeper!
Chantelle also uses a decorative bowl to keep her jewelry accessible for when she’s in a hurry and on-the-go.
By keeping the pieces out that you wear everyday, such as a watch or your favorite ring, it’s easy to grab as you’re walking out the door. Just make sure not to leave out too many items as it can start to look too cluttered.
We hope these pictures give you some inspiration as you start to get organized this month. How do you like to keep your accessories organized? Show us on Instagram! @junkinthetrunkvintagemarket #organization #jewelry