Jewelry Week: Using Jewelry as Decoration, Part 2

I started my summer Interior Design classes—3 of them!…so things have been a little crazy for the past couple of weeks.  Only one more week to go before I am done teaching for the summer, so I’m holding my breath for a little while longer.

Because of that, my posts may be shorter for a couple of weeks, until I catch my breath.  But don’t stop stopping-by; I love all of my readers!  🙂

Regardless, it’s jewelry week, so here is tip #2 on how to use jewelry as decoration.  This one, I came up with on my own, so I am very proud.

Once I started wearing bracelets, I didn’t know where to store them.  I hated jamming them in a jewelry box drawer or leaving them piled-up somewhere.  So, when I bought a new paper towel roll holder and I was trying to figure out what to do with my old one (which was still kinda cute), it dawned on me—bracelets!  So, I added one more piece of jewelry decoration and space consolodation to my closet.

It’s super simple, even more so than yesterday’s post.  If you don’t already have a stand-alone paper towel holder that you’re not using (although, everyone has one of those lying around, right?), then you might want to check at garage sales or your local thrift store for one that’s inexpensive, yet cute.  I mean, paper towel holders can be expensive–especially considering what they’re being used for.

Once you’ve got it, find the place on a shelf, table, or dresser that you’d like to display your bracelets and slide them on.  They just sort of stack, haphazardly, one on top of the other, regarless of the size, and it ends-up looking pretty cool.  And!–you’ve just saved yourself a ton of storage space!

Here is a picture of mine:

Although, I thought to do this on my own, others were smart too.  Here are some more images of the same idea. 🙂

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