DIY Clothes Hanger Jewelry Organization

How to organize jewelry using clothes hangers is super simple with a little DIY work.  All you need to do is drill a few holes into the bottom of a wooden coat hanger, screw in some hooks and you have the perfect DIY clothes hanger jewelry organization that is sturdy, functional and best of all, space saving.  Once you’ve made one {or three or more} of these jewelry hangers, you’ll never want to use anything else to organize your jewelry!

How to Make Jewelry Hangers:

  1. Find/Purchase wooden hangers to use for jewelry organizers.
  2. Mark the bottom of hanger where you’d like your hooks to be placed.  I used a sharpie marker and marked about a 1″ distance on one hanger and 2″ on another.  The nice thing about this project is that you can organize your hooks however works best for your jewelry.  If it’s super bulky, you might want lots of space in between hooks.  If you have dainty jewelry, you might only want .5″ between hooks.
  3. Drill a hole in each spot that you’ve marked so that it’s easy to screw in your hooks if you have a screw driver and drill bit.  If you don’t, you can just screw in your hooks, it will just take more elbow grease.
  4. Arrange your jewelry on the hooks.
  5. Hang organized jewelry hanger in closet and enjoy!

 

  • It’s FUNCTIONAL

  • It’s STURDY


And it is SPACE SAVING!  See how it fits perfectly in the closet?

This is one of my favorite DIY crafts because it’s so easy and functional, and my jewelry is now right by my clothes so it’s so much easier to pick out my accessories!

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Comments

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    Mary Beth Elderton says

    This is fabulous! Perfect for my small space where I don’t have room for large jewelry boxes, and everything gets tangled in the small ones. I see adapting this idea to things like scarves, belts, and wristlets, too.

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    Ivania! You got the best DIY’s! I need to try this and go to a hardware shop. You live in Amsterdam right? Where do you go?Now I have to find a place to hang this ctnlhiog rack :) do you have an answer for that too?notastenostyle.blogspot.com

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