A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post about redoing my mom’s closet. I helped her weed through shoes, clothes, handbags, and jewelry, and then I organized everything for her. We had to move a bunch of things from her bedroom into the closet while her room was being painted, so we’re not quite finished, but I arranged the jewelry and have a few pictures to share.
This is what the closet looked like after I cleaned and organized it:
My mom is a big Stella & Dot fan and my best customer, so she has a lot of pretty jewelry! 🙂 I hung two acrylic peg boards from The Container Store above the shoe shelf and used them to hold most of her necklaces.
I used all the pegs, so she will have to get another peg board when the new collection comes out in July. I also used these trays to corral earrings, brooches, and pendants. The t-bar is a Stella & Dot display piece exclusive to stylists, but you can find a similar one here.
I know this is a crappy shot, but PicMonkey and an iPhone can only do so much!
I’m not sure where she got the jewelry tree, but here’s a similar one. We got the little mirror at West Elm. She has a full-length mirror on the back of the closet door, but this is perfect for when she’s trying to decide what jewelry to wear. A friend gave her the pretty jewelry box.
I might hang two more peg boards above the shelf so she can hang her delicate necklaces, too. Most of them are hanging inside the jewelry box, but they are too long and tend to get tangled at the bottom. After a year and a half of having her personal Stella & Dot stylist select her jewelry, my mom is pretty good at picking out just the right earrings, necklace, and bracelets to complement an outfit. The other day, I met her at a doctor’s appointment, and she was wearing an outfit similar to this one with all the jewelry pictured:
Next on the to-do list is the bedroom. I’m ready to change the bedding and do a little decorating. Here’s a sneak peek of the “before” pictures:
It may take the rest of the summer, but I am determined to reorganize and redecorate her bedroom, bathroom, and closet! It’s a tough job, but The Closet Wizard can do it!