Sunday, May 18, 2008
Lots of earrings, but not lots of space? Here are some more alternatives to consider - assuming, of course, that you've already determined you really do want to keep all those earrings. Options 1 and 2 were discussed yesterday; here are five more.
Option 3: Earring racks
I've noted some lovely wall-mounted racks before, but the one above accommodates more pairs than most. You can choose your style: the unusual rotating posts, the more common slotted rack, or a combination.
And while they aren't as pretty, acrylic earring racks can also work. Stacks and Stacks has some, including a folding screen that holds 128 pairs, and a different design holding 90 pairs.
For something a bit different, go over to eBay and look at the racks from Earring Angel - available in a number of colors. They can be hung, or used on a table top with the attachable feet. They are made from polycarbonate or from wrought iron. Update on July 29, 2010: You can now buy these from Angelynn's web site.]
Option 4: Commercial earring display racks
I've shown an earring display rack before, but there are many more, including this one.
Option 5: Revolving Racks
Revolving racks can be found as both commercial display racks and racks intended for the home. This is one of many offered by Sunrise Imports of Australia. You can find some similar ones over on Amazon. To see one in use, see Dayna Ngai's blog; she got hers in Singapore.
And there are earring carousels in wood, too.
Option 6: Jewelry Trays
One of the best-known brands here is Neatnix, with its stacking trays.
Option 7: One-of-a Kind Products
Finally, here's an earring holder unlike any other I've seen.