Do you have more jewelry than you know what to do with? Are you starting to run out of suitable places to store your pieces without having to worry about them entangling themselves with one another? Here are a few DIY projects that you can do with storage equipment that will give you some creative storage space:

1. Pegboard Jewelry Holder

Pegboard is an excellent way to organize a number of things, including your jewelry. Start with a plain piece of pegboard of whatever size you desire. Paint it a color of your choice that will match surrounding décor. To make it more visually appealing, you may also want to get some trim, stain or paint it and attach the trim to the outside edges of the pegboard. Don't forget to pick up the peg hooks so that when you put the jewelry holder up on the wall you can start organizing your necklaces and bracelets.

2. Wood Pallet Jewelry Organizer

If you have some wooden pallets on hand or know where you can get some and enjoy the rustic look, then turning wood pallets into jewelry organizers may be perfect for you. As seen here, you can remove every other board on top of the pallet in order to make room for knick-knacks, pictures and large bangles. You can then use decorative screws and drawer handles all over the pallet to hold necklaces, bracelets and smaller bangles.

3. Jewelry Storage Lockers

Another option that you have is to turn old school lockers, industrial-style lockers or filing cabinets into your very own jewelry holder. Depending on the exact design, you can install shelves and hooks inside of the locker or cabinet to hold your jewelry. You could opt to install drawers to hold smaller pieces of jewelry, such as earrings and rings. On the exterior, you can customize it with paint, wallpaper, decals, etc. so that it matches your room décor or your personality.

If you need a more customized solution for your jewelry collection, consider getting in touch with a local contractor. A contractor may be able to help you get your hands on some of the aforementioned storage equipment (pegboard, wood pallets, industrial storage lockers, etc.) at a lower rate than if you were to go about it on your own. You could also consider a storage building (either pre-made or custom-built) that could serve as your personal wardrobe station outside of the house where you could implement the above storage ideas.

To learn more, contact a company like Palmisano Ralph Movers

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