Since the spread of COVID-19, we’ve found ourselves at home with a bit too much time on our hands. To keep ourselves busy, and our homes in Instagram-worthy shape, we’ve been taking inspiration from TS Alum. We’ve assembled the perfect bar cart and updated our coffee tables. Now, we’re getting inspired by the likes of Shelley Sanders, Elana Fishman, and Danielle Prescod, and organizing our jewelry in different and unique ways.
In a Jewelry Box
Starting off with the traditional route, The Last Line inspired us to keep our precious huggies stored in a jewelry box. A proper jewelry box can run on the expensive side, but they are the best option for making sure your necklaces don’t get tangled and rings are in easy reach.
In Little Bowls
If you’re looking for something less tradition, Elana Fishman had a great idea. Her bracelets, and harder to tangle accessories, were stored in various bowls and plates. This option shows off your collection and is a cute way to display your prized possessions.
In Unique Objects
When it comes to storage for your jewelry, Taylor Hicks inspired us to think outside the box. She had her jewels stored in a seashell. While a polished seashell can be harder to find and be pretty expensive, we’re opting for unique trays, plates, and even emptied out candle jars.
In Acrylic Trays
Is there ever a time that we’re not totally inspired by Danielle Prescod’s apartment? Probably not. While Danielle had her jewelry stored in trays, a jewelry box and a jewelry caddy, we liked the way she also stored some pieces in clear containers. The storage solution is one of the more organized way you can store your jewelry, as it’s easy to see what you have and you can coordinate styles and colours.
In An Ashtray
In Kristen Nichols’ home and The Last Line’s office, we saw jewelry stored in ashtrays. While it may be harder to find pieces with this storage suggestion, it does look great on a vanity or shelf.
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