50 Fun Ways to Hang Your Jewelry

Broke and Healthy Ways to Hang Your Jewelry DIY decor do it yourself (1)

If you’re like me, you have way too much (cheap) jewelry and no fancy jewelry box. And even if you had a jewelry box, who wants all their long, beaded necklaces getting all up on each other? I’d rather not use my spare time untangling necklaces (what I just spent 30 minutes doing).

Here are 50 awesome ways to organize or hang your jewelry. Click the photos to see the original post and/or how to do it. And here’s my Pinterest Board to see the pins. I’ll be updating this as I see new ones!

1. Antlers

2. Simple Cork Board & Pins

hang jewelry on cork

3. Tea Cups

4. Painted Cheese Grater



5. Painted Radiator Grill

6. Key Hooks



7. Typeset Drawer

8. Directly on the Walls

9. Accordion Style Peg Rack

10. Stick Back Hooks

11. Fabric Wrapped Hanger

12. Mesh in a Frame

13. Driftwood

14. Lace on the Wall

15. Plaques with Hooks

16.Magnets on a Metal Tray



17. Lace in a Frame

18. Peg Board in a Frame

19. Metal Mesh Frame

20. Wine Corks in a Frame

21. Tray Hung like a Chandelier

22. Cork Board with Fabric

22. Chicken Wire

23. Branch

24. Just Frames

several frames hung different ways

25. Towel Hooks

Hooks on dresser

26. Knobs Drilled in the Wall

jewelry on knobs right on wall

27. Metal…Gate?

metal frame and wire

28. Silverware Organizer

cutlery-tray-for-jewelry

29. Crocheted Lace

diy-lace-jewelry-holder

30. Spray-painted Mini Tree

literal jewelry tree

31. Embroidery Ring

32. Cabinet Knobs on Wood

knobs on wood

33. Thread Spools

diy-project-haylies-spool-hooks

34. Shadow Box with Sexy Walpaper

shadow box knob and paper

35. Thin Mesh

jewelry-frame-holder-soft-grey

36. Twigs in a Frame

in a frame on a twig?

37. Lace in a Sexy Frame

Jewelry+Display+Repurposed+Painted+Frame

38. Fishing Wire in Modern Frame

shadow boxes jewelry

39. Painted “Tree Branches” with Thumb Tacks

jewelry-tree

40. Unique Knobs in a Frame

hang on knobs

41. Unique Hooks Everywhere!

hang jewelry on hooks

42. Towel Rod & Curtain Rings

shower hangers hang jewelry

43. Drawer Handles

hang jewelry on handles

44. Fabric Covered Canvas (or Foam Board)

hang jewelry on canvases

45. Wire & Clothespins in a Frame

hang jewelry on wire in a frame

46. Repurposed Drawer with Hooks

hang jewelry on drawer dividers

 

47. Antique Rake

hang jewelry on a rake

 48. Ladder

49. Refurbished Trays

50. Sexy Victorian Frame & Foam Board

About Ande Truman

Ande Truman

Ande has made mistakes in the kitchen since she could reach the countertop. From a restaurant head cook, to cooking meals for friends, to her own solo plate, experimenting & learning drives her. She's also a freelance graphic & web designer, photo/videographer, guitar player and wanderlust-er. In her spare time, she works a full-time 8 to 5 cubicle job. She's the creator of Broke & Healthy.

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  19. I used thread holders from Jo-Anns – worked really well for rings and bracelets as well as necklaces. I used an old rake behind the front door ( painted green) to hang keys from. It is amazing what you can do with a little imagination. I really enjoyed looking at some alternatives – Thanks!

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  22. All these ideas are very pretty! I actually bought a really narrow 2″ wide piece of wood 6ft tall, stained it mahogany, then added about 75 U-shaped hooks and mounted it across the wall.

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