This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. But all opinions are my own, I promise! Create this functional and stylish DIY Industrial Jewelry Organizer with just a few supplies and simple steps!
Admittedly I’m not much of a jewelry person, but as I get older I have started caring a little bit more about how I look. I was totally the kid in high school that showed up everyday in pajamas. Always being involved in theatre left me covered in sawdust every day so I never saw the point of getting all dressed up. Not a whole lot has changed in regards to the sawdust, but I do enjoy getting dressed up for date nights and work trips. And since dressing up kind of requires some form of jewelry I decided I needed a place to start storing mine instead of an eyeglasses case (true story). Here’s my new DIY Industrial Jewelry Organizer.
This month The Home Depot having a DIH Workshop where you can grab some friends and head out to your local Home Depot for some building fun!
The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their locations for do-it-yourselfers of all ages and experience levels. Prepare to learn something new!!
There are three types of Workshops offered: Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Do-It-Herself (DIH) and Kids. Customers can learn how to build décor projects, how to make easy home repairs and how to operate tools through demonstrations and step-by-step instructions. There is something for everyone, I promise!
Visit their page here to learn more.
They will be making this easy to build Jewelry Organizer:
As you can see I made a few adjustments to mine : )
I built it exactly the same as The Home Depot will be showing on Thursday, I just added these turnbuckles to mine to create a longer jewelry organizer connecting my three different frames. You know I gotta have a little industrial!
I also added these fun knobs I found in the hardware section. They sort of mimic the look of industrial pipe, which is right up my alley!
I used the top knobs for bracelets so they didn’t hang down in front of the second frame, but you could also use it for shorter necklaces.
The outside knobs I used for long necklaces allowing them to drop in front of the frame.
DIY Industrial Jewelry Organizer
- Industrial Knobs
- 1×3’s cut to desired size
- Corner Braces
- FolkArt White Milk Paint
- Paint Brush
- Aluminum Sheet
- Turnbuckles (I used 3 3/4″ turnbuckles, this is the closest I could find available online)
You know you need one of these in your life now that you’ve seen it! So be sure and Register to Attend this month’s DIH Workshop and learn how to build one!! Make it a ladies night, leave the kids at home, and have a fun night of DIYing!
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I love how you connected them together! And the black and white is perfection!
Thanks so much Laura!
YES _ love how you connected them… so pretty!
Thanks Maryann! I love turnbuckles and have been wanting to use them in a project! Finally found a way ; )
Oh yes, those connectors are awesome! Love the industrial vibe!
Thanks Cristina!! : )
I love this Ashley!!
Could you provide a link for the knobs and connectors, please
Hey Denise. I can’t believe I forgot to do that, lol! I updated it with the tools and supplies : )
This looks so sleek and organized. Thanks for sharing at the Monday Funday Party. – Emily
For those who love jewelry, these organizers are a must. There are a lot of them in my family, and my husband and I regularly replenish each other’s collection for various holidays. And I have already chosen gold pendants for men here.
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A beautiful jeweler. To fill it, use the best jewels. You have a lot of precious pieces to collect and enjoy
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