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champagneplanet Sun 26-Apr-20 12:35:04

Trying to organise myself and need something to organise my jewellery. Both costume jewellery and some nicer bits like rings and a couple
of watches. I have a really old style jewellery box but it's a bit old fashioned and doesn't look nice on my dressing table.

What do you use? Any ideas? I want stuff tidied away and not displayed.

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PrimeraVez Sun 26-Apr-20 12:54:57

Check out Stackers on Amazon. I have a cream coloured one and I love it.

Rainallnight Sun 26-Apr-20 12:58:46

I love the add ons you can get for Ikea wardrobes. I have a pull out thing with knobs on for necklaces and a sort of shallow compartmentalised drawer, lined in (cheap!) red velvet for everything else.

Oly4 Sun 26-Apr-20 14:16:34

Another vote for stackers. John Lewis stocks them in all the colours. Love mine

SpeckledyHen Sun 26-Apr-20 15:04:15

Stackers gets my vote .

JollyGiraffe12 Sun 26-Apr-20 15:31:40

Yet another vote for Stackers! They are lovely

binkyboinky Sun 26-Apr-20 15:54:48

If you want everything hidden I'd say stackers, though personally I prefer drawers - with stackers boxes go on top of each other and you have to move them around to get stuff out. Which would be a pain to me. I have a mixture of clear muji drawers, a rose gold box for watches, and a pink leather box for earrings. I like the eclectic look though.

LuxuryWoman2020 Sun 26-Apr-20 15:58:14

For necklaces. Have a velvet necklace hanger which lives in my wardrobe and was an absolute Best Buy

happysunr1se Sun 26-Apr-20 16:02:17

I have my great granny's antique sewing box, its covered in marquetry and the velvet lined compartments have little wooden lids with bone knobs.

msgloria Sun 26-Apr-20 18:50:46

I have the grey and mint stackers. Love them! I got four layers - the standard top one, earring holder, necklace tray and then a deep tray at the bottom for watches and bangles. Really like that you can choose you're own layers. They look beautiful and sturdy, but agree that it's slightly annoying having to de and re-stack them when you want things out of the lower layers.

champagneplanet Sun 26-Apr-20 20:18:09

Thank you all, I like the look of the stackers, i've never seen these before. The grey and mint is lovely, although won't match my colour scheme at all. Off to Amazon to have a closer look...

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