1 November 2011

DIY Necklace Hanger





I have forever been searching for a perfect necklace hanger, unfortunately I have not found my match yet. I am quite particular and fussy when it comes to the 'perfect' one. Just like everything else I purchase, If I am not 100% in love with it, I don't but it. In my eyes, things that I just 'like' and not 'love' are quite frankly a waste of money. My perfect necklace storage system would be a hanging one of some sort, something secure and steady which will allow me to easily see them individually (no tangled mess!). I dislike, actually no, I HATE my necklaces being tangled up and when your in a hurry, there is nothing worse. For now, I have resorted to a DIY version using a hanger which is probably about to snap soon. I divided the necklaces with small ribbon ties ensuring they don't slip and slide when I move the hanger. For now, this cheap hanger houses some of my favorite and most worn necklaces (the rest is probably all tangled up and hidden in my garage storage).
In my perfect world, my necklaces would be lavishly hanging across my closet room, organized by colour, length and occasion (in my dreams!). Until my dreams come true, my hunt for the perfect jewelry storage system continues....

Do you know of any great jewelry storage shops? Please do share....
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31 comments

  1. Good idea, I also had to made my own hanger...but It became a part of design.

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  2. i love all your necklaces >.<

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  3. You have a great eye for accessories! I would say the best would be making it yourself! That way you can customize it to your liking. There are lots of DIY projects, just goggle it! Here are some examples -

    http://www.somethingshinyblog.com/2011/01/diy-necklace-holder.html

    http://sparklinbecks.blogspot.com/2009/11/diy-necklace-organizer.html

    x

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  4. I saw a really cute bird jewellery stand in Boots but can't find a pic! Keep your eye out for it next time you're in Boots browsing x

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  5. i think this is such a good idea with the hanger!
    but here are some jewelry holderhttp://www.urbanoutfitters.de/necklace-rack/invt/5559412920001/&bklist= i've seen at UO.
    http://www.urbanoutfitters.de/birds-necklace-stand/invt/5559402361002/&bklist=
    http://www.urbanoutfitters.de/poppy-jewellery-stand/invt/5559407460000/&bklist=

    i go for the first one:)

    ps.: omg you have so many necklace^_°

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  6. why in the world did I never though of that O_o

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  7. Great idea. thank youuu!!

    http://heydahye.blogspot.com/

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  8. I might store my long necklaces this way, thanks for the idea. xx

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  9. ugh.. brilliant. and so simple. why didn't I think of this LOL

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  10. Great idea! I nailed a set of hooks into my wall to hang jewellery from but this is a nice easy alternative!

    http://www.rafflesbizarre.blogspot.com

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  11. umbra has some AMAZING jewelry boxes :)
    i'm using this one now :)
    http://www.umbra.com/ustore/product/piano-jewelry-box.store
    i had it mailed over to my university dorm just cause i <3 it so much

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  12. great idea. :) though seems like your jewelry collection is getting a bit heavy for the cloth hanger

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  13. I've been looking for a while for the perfect necklace hanger as well! It's so difficult especially because many necklaces are different lengths and what not.. Gah !

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  14. How creative!

    http://cestlavieophelia.blogspot.com/

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  15. That's actually a really good idea! Think I will try this because I haven't found a good way to store my necklaces either.

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  16. Your coat hanger idea is ingenious! im extra picky about everything from wardrobe to makeup and jewellery displays ...

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  17. how about this http://yfrog.com/hshjiyqj
    ... saw it on tashination's twitter ...

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  18. You have such a lovely collection on necklaces!! And this hanger idea is genius ! xx

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  19. Great idea Suzi. Im foloowing you

    www.thesanktuary.blogspot.com

    xx

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  20. Okay - this may be a bit unethical, but I use....drum roll.....tie/belt hangers - lol - yes, they are just perfect - I have screwed a few in my closet and they are PERFECT!!!!! and cheap!!!! nothing gets tangled, and everything hangs perfectly. I love it!!!

    http://www.amazon.com/ClosetMaid-Belt-Rack-White-8051/dp/tech-data/B000GPVDLE

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  21. p.s., you just reminded me of a blog post i had in mind a while ago - thanks :)

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  22. What about using a 3d picture box. You could use tacks to up your necklaces :)

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  23. have you thought of installing little door knobs? like those you can get from furniture shops for wardrobes and drawers. or even clothe hooks (those you install behind your door)

    some examples:
    http://www.hurricane-lanterns.com/upfiles/image/13017093720.jpg

    http://cdnimg.visualizeus.com/thumbs/43/6a/jewelry,jewellery-436a59ad8b4d52e1a0a4fab131880e61_h.jpg

    http://d30opm7hsgivgh.cloudfront.net/upload/500019_lOPWVWjw_b.jpg

    http://cdnimg.visualizeus.com/thumbs/43/6a/jewelry,jewellery-436a59ad8b4d52e1a0a4fab131880e61_h.jpg

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_bieH-shASYc/S7_kZ-Zo3QI/AAAAAAAAHgQ/f9Km9y5fXPM/s400/frames1.jpg

    http://www.allthingsheartandhome.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/old-door-knob-jewelery-holder.jpg


    Hope this helped (:

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  24. the container store has some pieces that look like how boutiques put their jewelry on display
    http://www.containerstore.com/shop?productId=10028399&N=&Nao=20&Ntt=jewelry

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  25. Ikea has a mirror with a metal wavy surround that you attach your necklaces to. I have it and its great

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  26. I just bought a lovely bird jewellery tree from Oliver Bonas, I love their stuff!

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  27. I tried this out and it's sooo handy !! :D

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  28. Love, love everything!! You have inspired me! All my jewelry is a MESS!
    I am your newest follower!

    Marlene
    Info site for Seattle Trenchless Sewer Repair

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