I know I know, it seems silly to have an entire post dedicated to this topic, but I recently changed how I store Caroline’s bows and it’s made a huge difference! I got the idea from my good friend Kady (@thekadycam on Instagram) and it’s a million times better than having a bunch of bows just thrown into a basket (my previous method).
I’ve had this acrylic necklace stand for ages (made “famous” (lol) by a photo of my jewelry tray from my Home Tour on the Everygirl in 2014) and it was just taking up space on my night stand storing necklaces I never wear since I’m a stay-at-home mom living in super casual Hawaii. I brought it into Caroline’s room and now use it to display all the bows for the current season/holiday, as well as my favorites that are on heavy rotation. It’s so nice to be able to see all of them without digging through a basket to find the exact one I’m looking for. And when I’m in a rush I’ll just drop the used bows on a large shell that I use as a tray. Makes it look more tidy than if I just placed them on the bookshelf 🙂
As for all of the other bows, I simply hung some clear 3M cord clips on the back of her door (any type of hook would likely work, this is just the kind I had on hand) and used some wooden kebob skewers I had in a drawer in the kitchen. I grouped them loosely by color and season and it’s such a great (space saving) way to store the rest of her bows. The larger headband bows are still in the basket but they aren’t buried at the bottom of a bunch of little bows, which is nice.
Oh and I’m not sure if you noticed the print behind the bow holder but a sweet follower sent me the month of September from her 2017 Rifle Paper Co. calendar! It’s the month Caroline was born and I think it’s a sweet little addition to her room.