Accessory Storage/Display {From The Really Petite Blog}

A few months ago, I started following a blog called “Really Petite” because, for those who don’t know me personally, I’m “really petite”. :) I have always had a difficult time finding professional clothes that fit me, so when I came across Annie’s petite fashion blog through the LOFT Facebook page (my favorite clothing store), I was so excited! Annie is also a petite, and uses her blog to share her outfits, along with where she buys each piece. It’s super helpful to girls like me who have a difficult time finding clothes!

Anyway, by now you’re probably asking yourself why I’ve shared all my fashion woes with you… Well, today I’m sharing one of Annie’s posts. :) No, it’s not about fashion, but it’s a lovely way she uses to organize and display some of her accessories! I loved her creativity, and thought the ideas were so great that I had to share them with you!

Without further ado…

From Annie: “I’ve had this fleur de lis coat hanger (not sure what it’s real purpose is) for years and never really had any use for it until one day I was cleaning out all my jewelry and re-discovered it. It holds the majority of my necklaces so nicely and doesn’t topple over when it gets too heavy like my old necklace trees. I got it at either TJMaxx or Home Goods – can’t remember but it was around $12-$13. I think even a decorative belt holder or coat hanger with hooks would work just as nicely.”

“I have a ton of cute scarfs but rarely wear them because when I’m in a hurry in the morning, I don’t have time to dig in my drawer. I found an extra towel bar and put it inside my walk-in closet and now I can see all my scarfs and it’s easy to decide which one to wear. It’s nice and neat and doesn’t take up much space!”

(Photos By: Really Petite)

Thank you so much to Annie for sharing these wonderful ideas, and for allowing me to share them with my readers! You should definitely go check out her fashion blog and Facebook page. :)

Remember, if you have any of your own home decor ideas and photos you would like to see on my blog, please feel free to submit them to!