A Place for Everything & Everything in it’s Place

jewelry organization storage

Are your accessories strewn everywhere?

Are they getting overgrown like weeds? Your jumbled mess of jewelry and gems that sits on top of a dresser can be a constant reminder of organization failure and the inability to find what you need, when you need it.
jewelry organization storage

There are a number of organization products and tricks that can break through the clutter. Velvet display cases from The Container Store for laying necklaces flat, can fit easily in drawers for the ultimate in chic tidiness!
jewelry organization storage

Dishes, Trays & Lucite

Unique and decorative dishes are a fabulous way to organize and group your favorite watches, rings or anything. Since these items are in heavy rotation it’s great to have them so easily accessible. Acrylic bracelet stands are also a terrific way to organize while displaying your prettiest peices.

jewelry organization storage

Original source: A House In The Hills

Essential Touches for Your Walk-In Closet

With just a few easy changes, you can turn your boring walk-in closet into a luxurious storage space, reminiscent of a high-end boutique.
Crown Molding

Crown Molding

The crown molding in this extravagant walk-in closet is a delicate touch that gives the space a high-end feel. Much like a boutique, the presentation of the clothes, shoes and even books makes the lovely space feel like more than just a room to store belongings.



Digging through a pile of wrinkled ties each morning before work can really put a damper on the rest of your day. Why not make it easier with a built-in drawer inset? This inset keeps ties wrinkle free and visible, saving you valuable time and helping you look great in the process.

Laundry Cabinet

Laundry Cabinet

Nothing kills the look of a fancy closet faster than a pile of filthy clothes. Hide your dirty garments with a built-in laundry cabinet. On top of being discreet, most laundry cabinets come with an easy-to-remove basket, making laundry day just a little easier.

Jewelry Organizer

Jewelry Organizer

To really make your closet resemble a high-end boutique, give each piece of jewelry a place of its own. Jewelry inserts feature separate compartments for rings, necklaces, bracelets and any other small trinket that may need storing.

Drawer Dividers

Drawer Dividers

Another nice aspect of a boutique is the fact that you never have to sort through clutter to find something, and with clear drawer dividers, you will no longer have to sort through clutter in your closet, either. Now your favorite belts, gloves, sunglasses and scarves can live in perfect harmony.

Original source: HGTV

Tray Chic! Ideas for staying beautifully organized & chic

Striped Fashionable Tray for organization

There are just something you want at your fingertips, all the time.

You know what I mean. You don’t want them tucked away. How can work or dress accessories always look neat and chic while lying around?

Whether you need to keep items out on your work desk or displayed in a walk in closet, trays are a great way to organize and keep neat, while looking ultra chic. Here is a helpful roundup of beautiful organization trays to match your mood!

Enjoy these lovely ideas…

White Acrylic Tray

Nothing says clean and chic like white. It evokes crispness and relaxation. Touches of gold seem to pop on a white ground.
White Acrylic Tray

Personalized Lucite Trays

A touch of elegance and sophistication is what you feel when you see your own personal stamp on a tray, everyday to look at!
Monogrammed Lucite Tray

Porcelain Dish Trays

What better way to hold little trinkets, rings, watches or anything than in a beautiful decorative dish. It can be solid, patterned or with a personalized word or message.
J.Crew Porcelain Dishes

Pop It Out Loud

Bright pops of color make a statement and an instant mood boost! They wonderful and versatile assorted trays hold many little goodies and come in a skittle of rainbow colors!
Pool Blue Acrylic Tray

Work It Out

Desk organization doesn’t have to be a chore or ugly! This adorable neat and narrow tray hold everything compact and chic.
Computer Desk Tray

Only The Essentials

When you want to keep it simple, what better way than specialized cut outs for specific items. Simply beautiful!

Sparkle & Shine

Add a visual remonder of some everyday glam with metallic touches of gold
Kate Spade Tray

Drawer Organization

A home for everything, so the saying goes. Placing trays inside drawers can cut threw the clutter and keep items in their proper home.
Drawer Organization

Pool Blue Desktop Tray Set
Classic Station: Desk Caddy
Birdaria Lucite Trays
Storage Trays from West Elm
Personalized Lucite Trays from Beau Coup

10 Steps to an Organized Closet

Luxury Walk In Closet

Remove everything

It’s the best way to get a clear view of what you have. Divide items into piles: keep, donate, toss. If you haven’t worn it in a year, pass it on. Visit locator.goodwill.org for nearby drop-off locations.

Polish and shine

Take the time to give your closet a deep cleaning: Dust the shelves, wipe surfaces, and vacuum or sweep/mop the floor.

Swap out plastic dry cleaner bags

which can trap moisture and cause garments to yellow, for more clothing-friendly canvas bags instead.

Elegant Wooden Hangers

Discard flimsy wire hangers

They can leave clothes disheveled. Well made hangers will help keep blouses and dresses wrinkle free and give your closet and overall more quality and luxe feeling.

Organize by type

When clothes are sorted, they’re easier to organize further (e.g., blouses by color). Once they’re in sections, they look neater and are a breeze to locate.

Hang what you can

For closets with two hanging levels, use the top rod for shorter garments, and hang the bottom rod as high as possible to keep clothes from grazing the floor. Fold items that are less likely to wrinkle (like jeans and sweaters) on shelves.


Show off your shoes (Yay!)

Keep the pairs you wear most often in sight: If you have the space, organize them on a rack with the right shoe facing forward and the left toward the wall, so the toe and heel are in clear view.

Think high and low

Make use of floor space or upper closet shelves to hold shoe racks or clear, stackable bins. Store out-of-season clothes, like jackets or swimsuits, in separate containers with easy-to-read labels.

Hang accessories

such as belts and bags on hooks to keep them visible while minimizing clutter.

Original source: Coastal Living