S.O.L.#24 of 31
I have a nice-sized, stand-up jewelry box. It has several small drawers in which I like to sort my jewelry by color/tone. Brown, blacks, blues, etc But the new trendy long necklaces has proved to create a storage problem.
As you can see in the picture, there are a few tiny hooks for necklaces along the insides of the doors. However, I have more than six necklaces. If I hang them on the inside door hooks, most are much too long and get stuck when I shut the door. If I loop them over the hooks more than once, they become a tangled mess. If I simply drop them into one of the drawers, same issue occurs.
So this sent me on a Pinterest search for ideas. I honed in on a clever idea and set out to Bed Bath and Beyond to find what I needed to make this project happen. Turns out, it was hard to find everything I needed to make it just like the Pinterest idea. No fear, I continued searching the store. Luckily, in the organization department at BB&B, I found a simple little device that I believe will be the answer to my necklace storage problem. It was all in one piece and cheaper than the Pinterest idea anyway. It is actually a men's tie rack that will simply hang on the wall, It is comprised of several little posts placed close together so many necklaces can dangle from it nicely.
Jewelry Solution Success!!