12 DIY Necklace Holder Ideas To Spark Your Imagination

Aren’t you tired of keeping all your necklaces in a box where they get all tangled up? It’s about time you did something about that. A necklace holder would surely help. There’s no need to go shopping for one. You can put together something yourself. We’re ready to show you 12 easy and inspiring projects, all representing DIY necklace holders. Each of them can be personalized and customized in various ways so don’t suppress your creativity.

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For starters, consider repurposing a spice rack into a necklace holder. It would be an easy transformation. All you’d need to do is stain or paint the rack and then screw in some hooks. When you’re done, install it on the wall. IKEA Bekvam racks have this rod that can come in very handy when hanging necklaces or bracelets. Check out the full tutorial here.

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If you have necklaces that need to be organized, chances are you also ave other jewelry pieces in need of a similar treatment so perhaps you could build yourself an organizer. This wall jewelry holder is a pretty good option. it has those cute little knobs for necklaces and small trays in which to keep the earrings and rings.

 

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How about a necklace holder that has industrial flair? You could easily make one out of some copper pipe pieces and some copper end caps and fitting adapters. You’ll also need a piece of wood to use as a support for the whole thing. You can mix and match the pipes and fittings however you want so be creative and give it an interesting, geometric structure. Check out ehow for more details.

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A driftwood hanger is another lovely and very easy craft. The most important thing is finding a piece of driftwood or a fallen tree branch that has a shape and size that you find suitable for the project. Bring it home, clean it and decorate it with some tape and paint. Use some twine to hand it and add some screw-in hooks for the jewelry to hang from.

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An old frame can be repurposed into a necklace holder and in case you can’t find a suitable frame you can always build one from scratch using a plywood panel and some scrap wood pieces. You’ll also need some fabric but you can also use paper if you want. In any case, you that to cover the plywood panel so you can have a clean backdrop for the necklaces to contrast with. The project is described in more detail on angelamariemade.

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A necklace holder can double as a wall decoration and that’s actually great if your walls lack color and ornaments. Don’t go overboard with the design. Keep it simple and it will look clean, chic and stylish. You can look for inspiration on melissating. This necklace holder seems like a very easy craft with very few supplies needed.

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The framed jewelry organized featured on monaluna is both elegant and practical. Notice that it has a thin storage tray at the bottom. It’s useful for storing pendants, rings and other small jewelry pieces and accessories. We also like the fact that the frame and the back panel were painted all white. If you want, you can use some sandpaper to create a distressed, vintage look.

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A necklace holder can be as simple as a wooden board with some knobs on it. Actually that’s a pretty good description of the project showcased on asmithofalltrades. As you can probably anticipate, you don’t need many things if you want to make something similar. So go find yourself a board, stain it or paint it, drill two holes in two of its corners so you can hang it and screw in a few knobs. You can mix and match them however you want.

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Perhaps you’d like to try a design that’s a bit more abstract and doesn’t necessarily look like your average DIY necklace holder. It could be a stylish jewelry stand like the one on diys. This is what you’ll need: two 90 degree elbow copper pipes, two copper pipes, two wooden dowels of different sizes, a wood base, some glue, a hammer and nails.

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These jewelry display canvases also look a bit abstract and very stylish, serving both as organizers and as decorations for the wall. They were made using white canvases, wooden beads and wall hanging hooks. They look very clean and beautiful and they really put an emphasis on the jewelry that they hold. {found on diys}.

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The last two projects were covered in detail in previous tutorials. One is a copper pipe stand that sits on a wooden base. The arms are perfect for holding necklaces and bracelets and the fun thing about this project is that you can shape the stand however you want and make it as big as you need to, depending on how large your collection is.

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This branch jewelry holder is meant to have a sculptural and artistic look. It’s probably the easiest project in our list. All you need to do is find a tree branch that you like and screw it onto the wall. Obviously, you can spray paint it if you want or you can wrap it in yarn, even decorate it it with washi tape.