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ccw1951
These are decorative ideas and very nice. However, I would really like to see an article on how people with lots of jewelry who don’t live in a huge home manage to organize their jewelry. I’ve tried all kinds of systems but nothing is satisfactory so far. I don’t like clutter but if my jewelry is out of sight I forget about it. I wish I had a closet just for jewelry!
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nsuuban

I bought a small Ikea vanity for necklaces, rings and bracelets, then hung two arbutus branches above for my earrings. Works for me!



   
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Kaaren Baumgartner
ALLANLUBY: I plan to buy a new medicine cabinet, the ones w/ the mirrored insides and glass shelves. I shall use magnets or suction cups for necklaces and bunch the glass shelves together at the bottom to display earrings/brooches. (I never wear bracelets or watches, habit from work.). It bothers me the jewelry atop the bath vanity. Mine would need more than dusted as it would hafta be moved when getting ready and using the sink for washing/teeth brushing. Theft too is an issue. We are alarmed, but I’d still worry. I currently use an accordion peg rack like for coats/mugs for necklaces and some scarves, and plastic tool/screw boxes w/ all those stacked and divided (come w/ plastic dividers) little drawers for earrings which are placed by colors like in a watercolor box, gold and silver after colors, holiday jewelry and evening pieces last. Inexpensive, serviceable, and can be moved to hiding if need be from it’s shelf in closet. I am trying to figure out how some of these shown hold earrings w/ posts and backs, and brooches, like those w/ wooden bars. Some very novel ideas here, something for everyone!
   

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