Hang Up Your Jewelry With This Stylish DIY Wall Organizer

If you currently store your jewelry in a tangled mess on your dresser, tidy it up with this trendy hanging organizer. It’s an easy DIY project you can do in a day.

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia Photography

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By: Cassidy Garcia
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Create a one-of-a-kind jewelry hanger with these simple steps.

Materials Needed

  • (1) 7” x 1” x 19” board
  • (1) pint of stain in desired color
  • (4) 5/8” x 8” dowel rods
  • (1) 12” dowel rod the width of eye hook
  • (2) 1-1/8” eye hooks
  • (2) 2.7" x 1/2” plumbing floor flanges
  • (2) 1/2” galvanized T’s
  • (8) wood screws
  • (2) cloths
  • pair of latex gloves
  • painter’s tape
  • drop cloth
  • drill/drill bit
  • gold and copper spray paint
  • pencil
  • epoxy

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Stain Wood

Lay out 7” x 1” x 19” piece of wood on a drop cloth on a sturdy surface. Use a cloth to apply stain along the grain of the wood. Wear latex gloves to avoid staining your hands.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Use the second cloth to rub off excess stain.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Draw Design

Allow the stain to dry, then draw out your own design on the wood using a pencil. We drew a geometric design featuring triangles and horizontal lines.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Apply the painter’s tape to tape off your design. Be sure to thoroughly smooth the tape down.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Spray Paint Materials

In a well-ventilated area, spray paint wood board with your design. 

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia Photography

Cassidy Garcia Photography

Gather dowel rods and wood screws and spray paint them at this time. Apply two coats, letting the paint dry completely between each coat. 

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

After the paint has dried, slowly remove the painter’s tape to reveal your design. 

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Erase any visible pencil marks.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Attach Hardware

Using a pencil, mark the spots where you will need to pre-drill holes to attach the plumbing floor flanges.

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Pre-drill the holes.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Attach the two floor flange bases with four wood screws each.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Line up the plumbing flange inserts, turning them until securely affixed in place.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Pre-drill holes for the eye hooks between the two flanges.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Screw both eye hooks into the pre-drilled holes firmly.

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Cassidy Garcia Photography

Add Finishing Touches

Use the epoxy to attach the galvanized T’s to the two plumbing floor flanges. Allow the epoxy to dry for a few minutes.

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia Photography

Cassidy Garcia Photography

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia Photography

Cassidy Garcia Photography

Once the epoxy has dried, gather the 5/8” x 8” dowel rods. Dab a small amount of epoxy on the end of one of the dowel rods, as well as the inner ring of the galvanized T. Then, insert the epoxied side of the dowel rod into the galvanized T. Repeat this step for the other three dowel rods and allow them to dry.                           

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia Photography

Cassidy Garcia Photography

Slide the final 12” dowel rod through the eye hooks to complete.            

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia Photography

Cassidy Garcia Photography

No more messy jewelry! Hang this stylish, affordable organizer on your wall, and find all of your favorite accessories with ease.

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia Photography

Cassidy Garcia Photography

Photo by: Cassidy Garcia Photography

Cassidy Garcia Photography

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