Monday, June 4, 2012
Want to avoid tangles in your necklaces? Like to see them all out on display? Then a peg rack style of necklace hanger might be just what you want. You could go with a traditional wood rack — such as this hanging necklace bar.
For something a bit more unusual, there's this necklace rack — made from curly maple and black walnut — from Ken Cayer, The Yankee Woodsmith. You can buy it on Etsy or on Cayer's own web site.
Other places for simple wood necklace racks are The Woods and NHwoodworking.
And then there are the multi-tiered necklace holders from Spirit Ranch Creations.
But maybe you'd like something a bit different — like one of the jewelry racks from Aunt Dede's Basement, made with all sorts of knobs.
Sarah's Necklace Holders have normal-looking pegs, but patterned boards.
And finally, I'd like to show you the whimsical Pack Rack from Steph Mantis; this is the Barnyard Edition, which is my favorite.
Hanging the Necklaces Where You Can See Them: Wall-Mounted Racks