Friday, October 21, 2016

Necklace Storage

Necklace Storage

In order to make mornings more efficient, jewelry, and necklaces especially, needs to be effectively organized. Without organizing your jewelry, you could waste significant time each morning searching for matching earrings and untangling necklaces. At Chasing Treasure, we offer a collection of jewelry boxes that makes necklace storage easy.

Storing rings, bracelets, and earrings are easy compared to storing necklaces. There seems to be only one way to store a necklace: by itself. As soon as two necklaces get near each other, they instantly attract each other and get immediately tangled. Fortunately, our collection of jewelry boxes, especially the armoires, will keep them separated so you do not have to worry about the chains getting tangled and twisted.

Our favorite jewelry armoires for storing necklaces are the ones with the cabinet doors on the side. The cabinets have hooks on the walls of the armoire and the cabinet doors. As long as you keep one necklace on each hook, then you should not have any problems with necklaces getting tangled. Some of the armoires just have hooks on the walls of the armoire and not on the doors, so if you have a large collection of necklaces it is important to get an armoire with the most hooks.

One of our favorite armoires is the Freestanding Antique Brown Large Locking Cabinet in Dark Brown. This cabinet has eight hooks on each side, so it holds plenty of necklaces. The cabinets are hand-lined to protect the necklaces. Each hook is a double, so it is easy to keep sets together by hanging bracelets or rings on the top hooks and necklaces on the bottom hook. The sturdiness of the armoire will keep the pieces from tangling. The drawers all lock and they are lined. The drawers have separated sections for statement necklaces or pearl necklaces that are better off laying flat. There are some necklaces that are best laying in a compartment.

If you prefer a smaller jewelry box, our Large Oak Jewelry Box keeps necklaces protected. This jewelry box is like a tablet-top armoire, but much smaller. It has the same style of cabinet doors on the side with hooks for necklaces. One cabinet side is larger than the other so that the necklaces can rest on the floor of the cabinet. The other side has a small pouch to hold necklaces. Each cabinet side has 16 hooks, which can hold a serious number of necklaces. There are also several drawers that can hold other piece of jewelry. The only thing this jewelry box does not have is a lock.

Another beautiful jewelry box for necklaces is the Reed & Barton Athena Jewelry Box. This one does not have necklace hooks, but it has plenty of lined drawers to keep statement necklaces and pearl necklaces separate from each other. The lid has a set of pegs and a large pouch to hold pendants.

If you have any questions, our customer service department is available to help. We take orders online or via phone. Contact us at or 1-888-804-2542.

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