Over the door jewelry organizer


How do you keep your jewelry organized?  I’ve seen so many ideas from curtain rods and curtain hooks via Pinterest to jewelry trees and empty frames with chicken wire.  The latter doesn’t seem to fit my decor.  I used to do the hanging pockets and had about three of them but it felt like my necklaces were scrunched.

I saw this over the door jewelry organizer and fell in love.  It’s pretty thin too so I can still leave my door open.  Mirror on the outside.


And a mirror on the inside too.


Holds 36 necklaces including the long ones, 48 earrings, 96 rings and 12 other compartments which I fill with bracelets.

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Like clothes, I have jewelry that still have the tags on them.

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When I first bought it Mr. Wonderful said, “Now honey, you don’t have to fill it all up just because you have the space.”  I thought it looked so empty when I first bought it but not it’s so helpful when I get dressed to see what I have to choose from.  Sometimes when I’m getting ready, I’ll send Mr. Wonderful to find a specific pair of earrings and it’s very easy for him to find.

*UPDATE* Since I’ve been getting emails on how to buy it (it’s been linked everywhere in this post, here’s a direct link: https://bit.ly/1cGKorX

Equipment used: Sony NEX-5R (c/o), 50mm f1/.8,

Diana Elizabeth loves jewelry, especially that from J.Crew and of course the special real stones and gold jewelry is always well received for anniversary and birthday gifts!

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in her garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party.



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