Ladies, how many of us have collections of jewelry hidden away in a box or drawer somewhere? Have you considered displaying them out in the open for your own enjoyment or creating attractive zones for storing your commonly worn pieces?
Placing your jewelry on display not only reminds you of what you have (I tend to forget…) but also can make a decorative statement in your home. Vignettes of jewelry bring femininity and personality to your vanity or dressing zone, so instead of burying your baubles in a box, consider these lovely alternatives for displaying your jewelry at home.
An antique brass tiered stand holds bracelets while a handmade frame jewelry holder displays favorite earrings and necklaces on a dresser.
Simple knobs secured to a wall suspend statement necklaces creating instant art above a modern Lucite vanity tucked in a corner of this bedroom.
Eclectic frames that house pretty knobs come together to create a salon gallery display and make an artistic statement on the wall.
Mini wooden bowls on a tray hold pretty earrings, rings, and bracelets for grab and go style.
A white ceramic urn paired with a glowing silver tray becomes an instant drop zone for end of the day removal.
These two ideas are definitely "outside the (jewelry) box”. Kitchen pulls and knobs are secured to a fabric covered board to suspend favorite pieces, and a shadow box on the wall displays stylish jewelry as art.
Metal tins keep rings and earrings organized inside an armoire drawer assigned to scarves and jewelry.
There’s no need for framed art in a bathroom if you cover your walls with your favorite necklaces making them easy to choose from when dressing for the day.
Butterfly broaches “framed” with paper on a wall and bangles casually clinging to candles are two creative ways to use jewelry as decor. The next time you entertain, consider sachets as parting gifts secured with costume broaches, or bracelets casually wrapped around cloth napkins on your dining table.
How do you store or display your jewelry? In a pretty bowl, on a tray, in a special box, cabinet or drawer? Do share.