Did you see my post yesterday about storing kitchen tools by hanging them from a rail across a window? Today I am sharing a similar idea for storing longer pieces of jewellery.
So my jewellery storage became this,
when it had been this:
In this case I COULD have used a normal tool rail that attaches to the wall behind it, BUT I really don't like drilling through tile or where there are possibly pipes. I know there are ways of locating the pipes to ensure you don't drill through them, but I just didn't fancy that risk.
So I chose to use a tension rod, that is usually used for hanging kitchen or bathroom curtains across smaller windows.
I slipped a couple of packs of curtain rings onto the rod before putting it up and slipped a curtain hook through each ring. The jewellery then hangs off these hooks. Smaller items are displayed on the rotating jewellery storage unit standing on the shelf below.