Hello, hello, everyone! We're still in January which means we're still in that brand new portion of the year--a time for starting new things and resetting your life. One way that I feel really helps to reset is organizating--in this case, organizing your jewelry. If you don't know what you've got or where it is, you're going to spend forever and a day looking for something you may or may not actually have. It's better to keep everything orgnized and in its own place. Daily life will go significantly smoother, and you'll feel happier too!
Item #1 is from TimberRidgeShop
This storage piece is good for a number of items, but primarily those that hang. You have hooks and a long bar in addition to a little shelf on top to corral all of your accessories where you can see them. I personally like being able to see everything I have and being able to grab a piece that matches my outfit and head out the door. This storage piece is a very pretty bluish color and is 21.5 inches long, has 20 hooks, and a rod.
Item #2 is from FreshlyFramed
This is an excellent idea for storing all those earrings that have been lying around without a storage place. I have always has a difficult time figuring out the best way to store stud earrings. The long earrings aren't usually a problem because you can hang those on something. Stud earring usually ended up in a pile or a box. As I mentioned earlier, I like to see my jewelry, and guess what? You can't see your stud earrings when they're in a box! This awesome cork board allows you to organize your earrings and also make a statement about your space. The cork is extra thick, so you don't have to worry about there barely being any room to put your earrings in. In fact, you can actually put the entire set together and into the cork--just push the back all the way up to the earring, and your good to go. No more lost studs or backs!
Item #3 is from curiouscreaturesshop
Of course, I find cat-themed jewelry storage! Haha...I love my cat (she's actually sitting in my lap as I'm typing). I love that these little dishes are very simple and could literally go anywhere in your home. They are just so freaking cute!!
Item #4 is from WhiteFauxTaxidermy
Now, let me start off by saying this--I NEVER EVER would have thought that I would actually like any sort of antler decoration. Antlers always make me think of hunting and as bad as I hate to say it...hillbilly decor. Yes, I'm from Tennessee and have lived here my whole life, but NO I am not a hillbilly. They do exist, and a lot of the more country folks do have antlers around, but it's more of a sign of the hunting they do than of them being "weird" (like the media portrays them)--They're actually really nice people. After seeing this storage piece, I'll have to admit I've developed more of a liking to this style...maybe it's because it's more girly. You could use this more a number of purposes in addition to being a nice piece of decor---jewelry storage, lightweight coat hook, etc. These antlers are antler friendly---made of resin, so no animals were harmed in the making process.
Item #5 is from paragraphloop
I actually think I may have featured this piece before, but I'm not entirely sure. Anyway, I feel it's worthy of another feature!! I love the color combination of the mint and gold--the design is well balanced and not over-done. This dish is a larger version of the store's signature small dish and measures 6 inches in diameter. You can use this for more than just your jewelry--use it for your keys or for other little trinkets that you need to keep up with--and use it for a nice piece of decor.
Item #6 is from ModernMud
I LOVE these ring cones! They're just so neat. These babies are white with 22k gold details and would make a very interesting way of storing your rings. I'm still storing my rings in boxes, so I probably need to get with the program and upgrade to something a little more unique. I could see these as being very useful when you're washing your hands or washing dishes and needing somewhere to put your ring/rings until you finish the task at hand---and not lose them.
That's all I have for you all today, everyone! I hope this gives you some ideas for storing your jewelry in a way that is both more organized and visually appealing. As always, please hop on over to your favorite handmade site and show some artists some love!
Hi! I’m Meagan, designer for The Prickly Pear. I’ve created this blog to not only showcase my work and other crafty information, but also to give you an inside look into my life.