738 jewelry hanger Eclectic Products
Keep your jewelry organized in a fun way with this birdcage-esque jewelry stand. Also available in an antique brassy finish.
My jewelry is seriously hard to manage sometimes, and it always ends up in an ugly tangled mess. I'd love something like this to organize it.
This little guy is both adorable and practical. I would love to use him to keep my jewelry organized while adding a trendy new decorative piece to the bedroom.
A very creative and beautiful jewelry stand from Anthro, would look great on a dressing tab;e or vanity.
This beautiful beveled glass jewelry box would be such an elegant place for your jewelry to live in. I love the gold accents and pretty teal hue the glass gives off.
I love using a branch or tree stand to keep my necklaces and bracelets organized, and this one is just such a hoot!
Nothing adds the element of surprise to design like steampunk. This steampunk box features bolts, nuts and cogs with an actual working compass. The detailing is amazing.
Keep jewelry safe from deep drains and pesky felines. This wishbone will protect your guest's most-valued assets in high fashion.
Nothing screams winter like a set of deer antlers that hold your jewelry. It's the perfect little accessory for your bedside table or bathroom.
I am a huge fan of reclaimed wood pieces, and this jewelry cabinet is a lovely way to bring raw, natural wood into a bedroom space. It is so pretty.
This charming red phone booth (a replica of the iconic ones in London) is finished in glossy red and embellished with glistening crystals. It's such a sparkly way to keep jewelry and other keepsakes on your dresser or vanity area.
Red Phone Jewelry Box
Things like coupons and gift cards don't belong in our wallets, but they do need to be easily accessed when leaving and returning home. Store them (along with your spare lipstick, mints and bus tickets) in this repurposed jewelry box.
This mythical jewelery holder is very quirky, and it makes me smile. I'm sure the antlered rabbit would make a very fine guardian.
There are such amazing details in these pretty green bone inlay boxes. The antique brass hardware is an extra nice touch.
Check out this unique jewelry organizer that uses tree branches and hooks. It can be customized to any size. Attach it to the wall, and voilà — you've instantly brought the outdoors in.
Your precious gems and baubles (and favorite costume pieces and even that rope friendship bracelet) deserve a stylish place of honor in your home. This gorgeous box is one I'd love to see on my own dresser.
Technically, this is a jewelry holder — and a very nice one at that. However, it would be stylish displayed on a bookshelf or other wintry vignette.
I love this little dish! It's a recycled wine bottle cut down to the bottom. It'd be perfect on the nightstand in a guest bedroom to hold visitor's jewelry.
I like this hanging vase set because it allows you to do something different with color and flowers in a space. I think it would look terrific in a bathroom where there are no windows because it would almost light up a wall with the bright colors and flowers. The iron hanging bar is great looking...
Hanging Glass Bud Vases
Add some playful coastal style to your tabletop or wall with this set of 9 pottery fish plates and platters.
These bronzed branch curtain tiebacks are a gentle nod to the winter season, and they bring in just the right amount of whimsical flair. I'm a huge fan of decorating with branches, and I love that these are just one more way to incorporate the look.
African Kudu style horns stone cast with hand-painted details. Metal hanger onthe back for mounting.
Kudu Wall Horns
$454 Only 2 Left
Steel Daisy Mirror
$549 Only 2 Left
Polyresin is cast to form an antelope head and horn wall decor finished in antique silver. Two keyhole hangers on the back.
Antelope Horn Wall Decor, Silver
$258 Only 2 Left
There's no better way to plan a week's worth of meals or write down a to-do list than with this large chalkboard. Each week you can start anew and have fun with different chalk colors.
Like flowers, plants and succulents are affordable accents for any space. When not in use for your plants, make this sweet driftwood planter a bread basket or a place to store your jewelry. Why not?!
I've long been in love with this chandelier for use in a kitchen, either above an island or a dining table. For a warmer, more elegant look than some of the traditional kitchen pendant lights, and a healthy splash of color. Don't be afraid of adding a few brighter hues to elevate your kitchen...
What's old is new again; so explains the rustic trend catching on like wildfire right now. A touch of rope — in the form of these tiebacks, for instance — makes the style look easy.
Arranging a gallery of frames is no easy feat. That's why I love this collection of mirrors from Anthropologie. They're already configured and ready to hang together, meaning no unnecessary holes marking up your walls.53"H, 68" W. Made of wood and glass. Imported.
I love when my kids create artwork, I just don't always know what to do with it. This system is great for keeping the pieces together for display, and it's super easy to rotate out the old for the new.
I like the use of reclaimed wood as a background for this coat hanger. Several on a wall would be functional and really finish off a mudroom.
Vintage Ski Coat Rack
This crate is great for keeping your eggs from rolling around while you start a recipe, but it works just as well for holding jewelry or organizing other small trinkets. Dishwasher safe. Comes in Sky or White. 5.5"L, 7.5"W.
A pair of these delicately detailed nightstands would work like jewelry in a bedroom, catching the eye and adding instant interest.
This pretty handmade basket with a lid for is perfect for the bathroom for hair items, brushes and jewelry.
How apropos to serve a bushel of fresh berries in this adorable ceramic farmer's market basket. Modeled to look like the traditional cardboard blueberry pints, there's finally a way to sustain that farm fresh produce look over time.
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