As promised in my master bedroom post a few weeks ago, here is a more detailed look at my dresser and the jewelry display that I’m quite proud of!
I have an insane amount of jewelry, namely statement necklaces, that are difficult to store. I wear them all the time and have a tendency to forget about the pieces that I can’t see so I display them in white West Elm trays. What you can’t see here, is that I keep most of them in drawers and circulate them out to the trays about once/month. The necklace struggle is real!
I also keep the pieces that I wear most often on multi-patterned trays for easy access. My watches and Loren Hope bracelets are staples so they’re front and center.
I like to keep the whole thing neat and tidy so I obsessively clean it on a regular basis. The photo below is real life. I didn’t style it like crazy for this post! The beautiful bridge print is a photo that my husband took when we lived in Manhattan. Framebridge did a beautiful job framing it in a clean white frame to hang over our Ikea dresser. The next step is to spray paint the knobs gold or buy these if I get lazy.
I like to keep fresh flowers and candles interspersed so it feels like a styled space instead of just jewelry strewn around. I always try to display special pieces like this Hermes bracelet which was a gift.
My wedding rings live in this lovely little gold-rimmed bowl on my night stand.
How do you store your jewelry collection?