It’s a new year and that means it’s time to get organized! Anyone that knows me knows that I am a jewelry addict which is why I am obsessed with Danielle from Gem Gossip. Danielle is going to help get us started by giving up her secret to jewelry organization, which has helped me in a major way. Also, she just started posting youtube videos – check out here first video here!
As a jewelry lover, I get an overwhelming amount of questions about how I store all my rings. I’m here to answer all your questions and give away my storage secrets!
When it comes to jewelry, out of sight out of mind, right? There is nothing that I hate more than a piece of jewelry that gets no wear! My secret is the Lori Greiner mirrored jewelry cabinet. This solution keeps each piece of jewelry visible. It’s time to ditch those small jewelry boxes because this thing is huge! As a jewelry connoisseur, I have a lot of pieces but have yet to fill it up completely! Of course, I’ve tweaked mine the best way possible for my own needs, all it took was a little bit of creavitveity and elbow grease. I bought velvet ring liners that had ring slots and cut them to size. After ripping out the old liner, I then used some hot glue and laid each down, and waited for it to dry. These new ring slots took the place of necklace hooks, but since I don’t wear too many necklaces and alternative space for necklaces on the door, it has allowed me for better use of the cabinet space. You could rip out one more row if you have even more rings than I currently do. I also love the earring racks, which allow you to not have to take the backs off each earring when storing them away. Another perk is the variety of color the jewelry box comes in–black, white, cherry, walnut and antique oak.
Here are all the links you need to create your own jewelry cabinet:
Lori Greiner Stand-Up Mirrored Jewelry Cabinet from QVC (Click here for a more affordable version)
How do you store your jewelry? Let me know in the comment section below or tweet me a pic @kschwarzenegger and use #KatLovesJewelry
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