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No More Tangles! How To Organize Your Jewelry

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    Clos-ette’s Melanie Charlton practically invented the idea of a custom closet, so it’s only natural that she’s always peeking in everyone else’s. Follow along every week as Clos-ette taps some of our favorite ladies (and gents!) to find out their favorite boutiques to cull, what’s at the top of their wish lists, and, of course, how they keep their own wardrobes in tact.

    We don't dig jewelry boxes for two reasons: They clutter up the surfaces of your bedroom, and they keep your jewelry in jumbled heaps that are almost always impossible to sort. Luckily, there are great alternatives to store your jewelry. For instance, we love, love, love a pegboard in a closet — by inserting little hooks in the perfect Julia Child-inspired hole boards, you can sort and store your stuff safely. It allows for easy viewing and prevents entanglements.

    Another great way to store your family jewels is in felt-lined trays. Whether you have splashy costume baubles or exquisite five-carat diamonds, setting up a segregated drawer for your precious cargo keeps your necklaces and bracelets and earrings separate and will make accessorizing much simpler. Also, say goodbye to scratches and tangles.

    Click through for the best ways to organize your jewelry at home.

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