How to Make an Eyeglass Organizer

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If you're like me you need this!

eyeglass organizer
I happen to be a mom and grandmother of a certain age. 

I wear a lot of glasses. I have a few pairs of readers, sunglasses, and several fancy glasses for distance.  


A few years back I thought I solved this problem when I made this eyeglass organizer for my bedroom. It is perfect for holding all the glasses I have to match my outfits and I use it all the time. 

Today however, I'm making a smaller one for the kitchen. 

Every time I take off a pair of glasses downstairs, they get buried under something and I can not find them. 

Today I'm going to solve that problem!

I began with just 2 pieces from the workshop...

wood and metal eyeglass organization

I bent the metal strip and screwed it to the board. 

DIY eyeglass organizer storage

I spray painted the entire piece with a chalky white spray paint.

Spray painted eyeglass organizer storage

When it dried I sanded it to give it a distressed look then hung it on the wall in the kitchen. 

A place to organize your eyeglasses

It works and it holds several pairs of glasses. You can customize it to hold as many pairs of glasses as needed. 

small eyeglass hanger DIY

Want one? Shoot me a message and I will make one just for you and put it up on my Etsy shop! Several styles available now.

It seriously just works. 
I know where my glasses are all the time!

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  1. Susan I LOVE this! I have worn contacts for years but I have tons of sunglasses and my husband loses his readers all the time! Cute and functional -- win-win:)
    xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home


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