These Chic Earring Storage Ideas Will Help You Organize Your Daintiest Jewelry

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Whether they're costume baubles or precious gems, we love collecting earrings to make style statements even if we only wear them at home. But over time, it can be a struggle to keep them organized in a way that separates the hoops from studs without creating mismatched pairs and tangled up danglers. So here are nine earring storage ideas that will keep your favorites sorted. They may even add a little charm to your dressing area, which we like to call a win-win situation.

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1. Organize it artfully.

A lot of earring organizers may not exactly be welcome additions to your decor. But this smart solution from Anthropologie works double-duty as a chic wall hanging and an easy solution for sorting out your earrings.

Get the look​: Anthropologie Maggie Earring Holder, $28

2. Keep it flexible and foldable.

You may not be ready to commit to a spot for your earring holder. But whether it's placed on a vanity, a nightstand, or inside a closet, this delicate folding organizer gives you just that: flexibility and space for studs, hoops, statement pairs, and every style in between.

Get the look​: Urban Outfitters Laya Folding Storage Stand, $34

3. Make a mirror do double duty.

While you decide on your outfit of the day, it's nice to have a mirror to check which earrings work with your mood. This cute brass-finished earring organizer from World Market is perfect for that and more. Hang it in your bedroom or even behind a door for last looks.

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Get the look​: World Market Seeing Eye Jewelry Holder, $19.99

4. Make a statement with simplicity.

For the minimalists out there, keep things simple with this streamlined earring organizer spotted on Wayfair. The white goes with anything and allows the jewelry to pop, making it easier for you to spot your go-tos.

Get the look:Yamazaki Home Earring Stand, $19.99

5. Do double duty with a wall hanging.

Going for a boho vibe in your bedroom or beyond? Hang a branch-like decor piece to use both as art and earring storage. This option works for larger pairs you may want to keep from getting tangled in a drawer, and you can rotate your current faves (because we all know we have them) on here for easy access.

Get the look​: West Elm Manzanita Jewelry Branch, starting at $80

6. Make it personal.

If your old jewelry box seems cramped and cluttered, consider something modern like these very lovely, velvet trinket holders from Pottery Barn. You can keep your earrings contained by type and use a different box for each variety. Also how pretty is the added touch of a personal monogram on top?

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Get the look​: Pottery Barn Round Velvet Jewelry Box, $22

7. Keep things clear.

Make your earrings easy to find with a storage solution like this tower from CB2. The marble case may be a bit pricier than other organizers, but it'll be a lovely addition to your vanity. Plus, the clear drawers keep things easy to find when you have a Zoom call and want to put on those gold hoops pronto.

Get the look​: CB2 Jewelry Storage Tower, $199

8. Go the sweet and simple route.

We spotted these charming earring organizers on Etsy and think they're super smart solutions for keeping your studs sorted. You can either hang the tags on wall hooks or keep them in your jewelry box, but we guarantee your pairs will remain intact. You could also find your own scraps of leather or fabric around the house to recreate the look.

Get the look​: Aeon Leather Studio Mini Earring Holder, starting at $6.50

9. Bring it all together.

If you want to keep your earring storage solution simple, easy to access, and corralled with your other jewelry, we've found an idea that pretty much checks off all those boxes. And we even think this wood organizer works well hanging on a wall for everyone to admire.

Get the look​: NotaJewelleryBoxLtd Circle Earring Holder, $20.16

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As an Emmy Award winning creative director, writer and producer I have worked on content for brands like Disney, BravoTV, TBS, Universal, E! and MTV. But I mostly love rearranging furniture and repotting plants at home.