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?
Love how your jewels and vessels bring out the colors of the photo hanging above (what a great shot!) And fresh roses are always a good idea!
Who makes the coral box? Very pretty!
The orange box is from C. Wonder!
Usually I store my jewels in boxes, I love your red box so much
I love this idea! I wish I had a little more space in this studio to fully display cute jewelry.
We have the same dresser. I used one of those middle drawers with drawer organizers for my jewelry. (I have too much. Haha)
where is the cream jewelry box from that is on the far left on the ikea dresser?
the off-white jewelry box on top of the ikea dresser is lovely, where is it from?
It’s old from Pottery Barn!