We love these creative ideas to take a frame, piece of wood, or even a rake head and turn it into a beautiful necklace holder. This project is a great way to organize your jewelry while adding a unique touch to your decor. Customize the design to fit your style and express your creativity in creating this practical item!
Frame Your Accessorizes
Make a simple jewelry organizer with a frame, several hooks, and some pretty paper. Choose a frame that matches your desired style or spray paint one to create a look all your own. Screw small hooks into the top of the picture frame to easily store any assortment of necklaces. Size, color, and design is all up to you!
DIY Necklace Holder Inspiration
Transform a picture frame into a jewelry holder with a few simple hooks and leave the frame blank. The colored wall behind this white picture frame really makes this jewelry display stand out.
The burlap backing on this blue picture frame jewelry organizer provides the perfect space to hang earrings.
This peg board jewelry display uses inner frames, and re-purposed cylinder canisters to maximize storage options.
Design a Custom Wall Hanger
Create this wall hanger with a piece of wood and miss-matched decorative knobs. This design is ideal for small spaces and offers organization as well as a decorative touch.
Create a clean, modern look with a beveled piece of wood spray painted any variety of color.
Mix and match knobs or coordinate to create a specific style.
Re-purpose & Decorate
This necklace hanger was created using an old rake head spray painted a metallic bronze. The rake teeth make sturdy jewelry hooks, no assembly required.
Painted cork board is the base for this hanger with clear pushpins for the hooks. Simple as can be.
This display was made using a type of pvc pipe arranged in a modern style. You could also spray paint this to add a pop of color.
Which idea is your favorite? We hope you are inspired by these simple jewelry organization ideas!
Katie enjoys all things creative; DIY projects, photography, decorating and family adventures. She feels blessed to be a stay-at-home mom with 3 kids and many artistic outlets.