When you’re not wearing your prized watches and pieces of jewelry, it’s imperative that you store them separately in a secure and organized way. After all, the last thing you want is for your pieces to end up damaged or lost. First, visit this guide to find out how exactly you should store fine jewelry, then read up on the following highly-recommended jewelry organizers that might suit your storage needs.
1. Jewelry Armoire
You have a wardrobe for your clothes, so why not your jewelry, too, right? This wardrobe has ample space for any kind of piece, from earrings, to rings, to necklaces, and everything beyond. It features an LED light, a lock-and-key to keep your valuables safe, and hooks attached to the back so it can easily be hung over a closet door and save floor space.
2. Jewelry Display
If you intend to use your pieces as subtle decorations in your space and have them on display, then this wall-mounted organizer is for you. It is a more permanent fixture since it needs to be mounted into the wall, but it’s a simple and elegant way to display your jewelry. It has ample hooks, bars, and holes to store your jewelry in, and the flat surface on top can house a small watch collection, or can be used for more décor.
3. Hanging Jewelry
This tabletop organizer is very highly recommended and is perfect for those who have smaller jewelry collections that are heavier on the dangling pieces like necklaces and bracelets than they are on earrings or watches. The simple, no-nonsense design won’t take up much tabletop space and gives each piece the space and attention it deserves.
4. Discreet Storage
If you are more apprehensive about having your jewelry out in the open, then this more affordable alternative to the jewelry armoire might be for you. An organizer that hangs in your closet amongst the rest of your clothes can discreetly house your valuables while keeping them separated and organized. This Misslo model has 32 clear pockets and 18 velcro loops to store small baubles like bracelets and earrings and also keep necklaces separate and free of tangles.
5. Travel Storage
Jetsetters who can’t bear to part with their collections will love this jewelry scroll by Donna Walsh. This organizer can hang on your closet door when you’re home and house up to 50 necklaces, around 25 bracelets, 42 pairs of earrings, and up to 32 rings. When you’re on the go, roll it up from the bottom, tie it up to secure your pieces, and stick it in your carry-on luggage for easy travel storage. (For more organizers and storage options for travelling, check out our post about safely packing jewelry here.)