Searching for an alternative, I came across a groovy solution. This would be a perfect addition to my bedroom. Alas Armoire is not available in Australia, not that I could find. Shame it looks like it would store a lot. It also came with a hefty price tag. My solution cost less than $110.
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I once had a flatmate who stored her collection in clear containers. At the time I thought that was a bit over the top. That idea was now appealing. I headed out on a shopping mission to Lincraft.
|container perfect for rings, brooches, & dainty necklaces|
On my way to Lincraft I passed Decor Plus and couldn't resist popping in for just a minute. On the top shelf I spotted something that made my heart beat a little faster. I'm sure others saw a lovely white candle lantern. I saw lots of rows to hang my many earrings.
|candle lantern holds many pairs of earrings|
A large wooden tree was an awesome score from Decor Plus (only $50). It holds many of my longer necklaces. I have a plan for my shorter necklaces but that might have to be a DIY tutorial for another day.
|jewellery storage solution|
A (not so quick) bathroom cupboard sort and purge was soon followed by organisation that has proved to be wonderful.
|many unused items under bathroom sink - make way for jewellery!|
Lincraft helped with a few more inexpensive bits and pieces. I found a cone thingy that holds my bangles.
I love the new set up. It has proved very helpful. I started wearing a variety of jewellery pieces again, including those that I had made myself. Last week I received many compliments on my jewellery. It surprised a few people when I replied with 'thanks I made it myself'.
|I've managed to keep this tidy, it's an easy set up to use|
The storage makeover cost $106.88. A very reasonable price for being able to find & wear my pieces easily. How do you store your jewellery collection? What changes do you long to make?
Related post: DIY Necklace Stand Holder (level; easy peasy)