Sunday, September 15, 2013

Curtain Rod Jewelry Storage

Got an empty wall and lots* of necklaces?  Curtain rods, my friends.



Cheap, ubiquitous, expandable.  Curtain rods.



That concludes today's lesson.



*Okay, too many.  I might need an intervention.  Or more curtain rods!




17 comments:

  1. I love this idea,thanks! I need more walls!!

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  2. Aren't you so darn clever....again! I think you need more necklaces, just expand the rods you have. Thanks for the great idea.

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  3. That's really cool! I've been told that hanging beaded jewelry is bad for it (if strung on Nymo or any other streachable cord). Is this true?

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  4. Brilliant! but then...you already know that :) Taking it a step further business-wise, this would be a great idea for a display if your stock includes a myriad of necklaces (such as yours) and you need to leave limited table space for smaller items. maybe a room divider or something similar...with curtain rods.

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  5. Can you have too much jewelry? Love the idea, but I'm lazy. Don't want to have to clean off tarnish, so I keep them in baggies.

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  6. Not to mention colorful! It's like artwork! I love it! You are so stinkin clever!

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  7. This will be a great VM idea for stalls or jewelry stores. just not at home for me, wont have the patience to dust off the pieces everyday

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  8. Perfect Mich!! All your necklaces look so pretty up on the wall!
    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  9. omg I thought I had a problem! this is genius :)

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  10. fab jewelry display. i love this. btw i havent seen you lately at our linky party... do come back to share your unique and wonderful ideas with us, will ya?!! have a great day,

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  11. GREATTTTTTTT
    but how anyone can sleep on bed while seeing these beautiful pieces on the wall.. haha lolzz

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  12. fantastic idea, and looks amazing too! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

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  13. Okay... yeah. Adding this blog to my list now. I love making necklaces (though this would work for bracelets as well) but have no place to put the ones I want to sell eventually. You are just my favorite person right now.

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  14. What a smart and innovative storage idea. And walls are usually left under utilized anyway, so it is best to use them for a purpose like this. However, I personally would have the constant urge to arrange each and every single one of them according to length, else they would seem too cluttered for my preference. Nonetheless, this is an amazing idea that is ingenious that does not cost a bomb.

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