Here's a simple DIY necklace hanger project using a towel bar for hanging necklaces and bracelets, and takes less than 10 minutes! Get the instructions here.
Is all of your jewelry hanging somewhere in a tangled mess?
Mine was too until I installed this super simple Towel Bar Jewelry Hanger.
For the longest time, my idea of a jewelry organizer was hanging my necklaces on my closet doorknob.
Whenever I wanted to wear one I would have to untangle the mess.
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This is a super easy install that anyone can do in about 10 minutes.
I recommend hanging the towel bar where you can drill holes into wall studs.
Jewelry generally isn't that heavy, but it is always a good rule of thumb.
Using a Stud Finder, locate where the studs are on the wall you want to place the necklace hanger.
Inside the towel bar box, there will be installing instructions. Follow those instructions.
I don't want to give instructions here just in case they are different for your towel bar.
Don't worry, it goes up pretty quickly!
Hang the shower hooks on the bar.
I like the two-sided hooks because it gives you even more space to hang your jewelry.
The shower hooks can hold necklaces, bracelets, and even rings!
I placed my jewelry hanger in my closet above my dresser and next to my Earring Holder Frame.
Now it is much easier to decide what type of glam to add to my outfit for the day.
It really is a great necklace organizer, plus it adds a bit of decor to my closet!
I told you this was a simple project!
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