Is the top of your dresser strewn with accessories like earrings, bracelets, sunglasses and so on? Are you constantly trying to untangle your favorite necklace that got wound around a stray hoop earring? Maybe it’s time to invest in some inexpensive jewelry and accessory organizers, then! Why inexpensive? Well, to leave you with more money to buy more accessories, duh!
A two-layer jewelry box is good for people with a lot of smaller pieces, like rings and stud earrings. This inexpensive jewelry box comes in black, purple, red, deep blue and Tiffany blue and, while according to reviewers it’s not the most well-constructed option out there, it will hold a lot of stuff.
If you have a lot of necklaces, hoop earrings and/or bangle-style bracelets, a T-style stand organizer can really help to keep your collection organized. This three-level stand has a padded base (the padding keeps it from scratching your furniture) that can be used to hold smaller accessories, and it comes in either a nickel or a brass finish.
If your surface storage space is lacking, a wall-mounted jewelry organizer will be a good option for you. This set of three floating shelf-style organizers has two 12-hook options for hanging necklaces, dangly earrings, flexible bracelets, etc. and one that’s fitted with a bar to hold more structured jewelry, like cuff bracelets or hoop earrings.
Not every out of control accessory collection involves jewelry, though, so how about some options for those of you (us, fine yes, those of us) who have way too many pairs of sunglasses? This acrylic display case has five tiers that can hold ten pairs of shades or eyeglasses.
If you’re more of a watch person, an organizer designed specifically for timepiece storage is a good investment. Not only will it keep your collection organized so that you can see what you’ve got, it will also help to prevent scratching damage, as well as to protect the watches from dust and other airborne debris that can make watches dirty or cause tarnishing.