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Guest Picks: Jewelry Storage
I have a bit of a storage conundrum when it comes to jewelry because I have so much of it! As a self-professed costume jewelry hoarder, I'm always looking for creative solutions to store, organize and display my sparkles. In an effort to get organized in the new year, I've rounded up 20 of my favorite ideas for storing my bounty of baubles.
— Kate from DomestiKated Life
— Kate from DomestiKated Life
These tree monograms are decorative pieces that have a sculptural feel. I would hang earrings off of the letters and drape some necklaces on the branches.
Treat your jewelry collection like you're a shop keeper managing a display case. These acrylic jewelry hangers are ideal for showing off bangles and bracelets.
Mirrored trays have that glamorous feeling of a dressing room from old black and white movies. They're a luxurious place to keep even costume jewelry on display.
A mini hook rack with a feminine touch would help keep delicate necklaces from tangling.
Glass shadow boxes allow you to curate displays of your most precious baubles like little art galleries.
Think outside the box for jewelry storage. For example, this stoneware muffin pan could also double as an accessories divider in your dresser drawers.
Ceramic egg holders are another object that can be re-purposed to store jewelry; I like the idea of using these tiny compartments for separating earrings.
Tiny trays are a great spot to put your everyday jewels on your nightstand. This quirky tray is fashioned to look like a dry cleaning ticket.
This is another delicate tray you can use to store jewelry. This feather version is longer, making it great for laying necklaces out flat.
I have tons of large, chunky beaded necklaces that need bigger storage. A low-rimmed bowl is a fun solution for gathering those pieces.
A tiny deer sculpture doubles as a place to put a few rings or earrings.
Mix and match lots of little lacquered boxes in different colors to identify where you've stored certain pieces.
Jewelry storage doesn't have to be completely girly. Try borrowing from the boys and using a leather catch-all to round up your watch and other accessories.
This jewelry stand has a small footprint, so it won't take up much room on a dresser or shelf. The removable faux branches help store all types of accessories.
A candelabra-inspired jewelry stand can add real drama to your decor.
For a bright pop of color, a pinched tray from Furbish Studio is another great catch-all for rings and things.
This small artichoke dish is supposed to be used for olive oil, but it's also the perfect size and shape for storing your precious rings on your nightstand.
I like the idea of using a cake stand to give some of your statement jewels a place to stand out as decoration on a countertop or bookshelf.
I like to keep a small jewelry box on hand for traveling, and this version is a pretty metallic leather in a simple boxy shape.
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