Closet Jewelry Organizers

Say goodbye to missing earrings and messy necklace piles with these jewelry storage solutions fit for any closet space.

Closet Jewelry Drawer

Closet Jewelry Drawer

Often made of felt, velvet or suede, jewelry inserts for drawers offer multiple compartments for small items like rings, bracelets, watches and glasses. Some come with locks to keep valuables safe. Photo courtesy of Studio Becker.

Often made of felt, velvet or suede, jewelry inserts for drawers offer multiple compartments for small items like rings, bracelets, watches and glasses. Some come with locks to keep valuables safe. Photo courtesy of Studio Becker.

By: Caroline Shannon-Karasik
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Earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings come in all shapes and sizes, meaning a designated spot for jewelry storage is a must-have closet accessory for optimal organization.

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Cellaret

Cellarets — or built-in drawer insets — keep socks, ties, and other delicate items organized and clearly visible. Photo courtesy of Studio Becker

Laundry Cabinet

Incorporating laundry storage in your closet lets you keep dirty clothes out of sight yet readily accessible. Add a removable liner so you can easily transport the clothes to the laundry room. Photo courtesy of California Closets

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Pull-Out Pant Rack

A pull-out pant rack keeps pants looking freshly pressed and makes it easy to find your favorite pair. Photo courtesy of Studio Becker

Valet Pole

If you want a spot to hang dry cleaning or plan outfits, a valet pole is a handy addition to your closet. These pull-out poles usually install into a vertical panel in your closet system and come in a variety of colors and finishes. Photo courtesy of California Closets

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Jewelry Organizer

Often made of felt, velvet or suede, jewelry inserts for drawers offer multiple compartments for small items like rings, bracelets, watches and glasses. Some come with locks to keep valuables safe. Photo courtesy of Studio Becker

Hutch

Hutches or hutch-style dressers are popular because they combine open and closed storage. Available with different drawer and shelf combinations, a tall hutch can also act as a space divider for cohabitation closets. Photo courtesy of California Closets

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Pull-Out Table

Handy for folding clothes or packing for trips, a pull-out table saves space since it can be stowed away when not in use. Photo courtesy of Studio Becker

While jewelry boxes can certainly be handy, many people are beginning to opt for alternative and creative ways to preserve their favorite pieces. One popular idea for hanging jewelry is to mount stylish hooks to a closet wall and display necklaces and bracelets. This is also a great way to free up shelf space in small closets and keep everything in its place.

And for those who prefer less of a do-it-yourself option, consider a wall-mounted jewelry armoire, or an organizer that sits atop a closet shelf or set of drawers. Typically, these storage solutions have individual pockets for each piece of jewelry, allowing for less tangling and easier accessibility. Another jewelry storage option is customizable inserts that are often velvet lined to protect trinkets and fit perfectly into closet drawers.

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