I shouldn't admit this, but I'll admit this: I, personally, have two pants of too many things. The problem is that I love them and wear them all and I have no intention of slowing down my collection. I agree, but I need to accept that another organization is in order (Clean person, organized!) So, to fulfill my own needs, and one hope, your needs and myself, I went looking for eye storage and planning options. Here's what I found!
The endoscopic box is an ideal solution for displaying eyewear while also protecting lenses from damage from the environment such as dust that can lead to cracking. This style has 8 areas, which can be used to hold watches and other accessories, but if you need more space for your eye-catching collection, there are option for 12 buildings available.
Not all eyewear collection is ready to be displayed, so if you are looking for a stock that allows you to hold your glasses invisible, these basic storage boxes are a great option. Each plastic storage bin has 5 color storage compartments, which help prevent scanning by attaching each scale to its small area. The boxes are compact, so if you have more than five pairs of mirrors you can double or triple the surface.
If a wardrobe or extra space is prepaid for your home, an eye care promoter can help keep your collection organized without any significant savings. This fabric editor, similar to the old ones worn by trusted shoe bags, has 25 eyeglasses and mirrors. The editor feels to come in purple, brown, blue and hot pink.
This side view mirror can be used in two different ways: It has a lid that is used to protect eyeglasses from dust and other debris. But the lid is used a second time! It can fold back under the case and be squeezed in place to create a shape, allowing sunglasses or eyeglasses to be displayed facing up to 18 mixed boxes.
If you like the idea of a retail-style show, but the space is at a premium, the tree-style stand on a less-used base looks higher than the upper-ticket area. This hold of up to 5 glasses comes in two styles, acrylic (pink, blue or clear) or metal and wood (white or brown).