I first want to say, THANKS for all the wonderful comments yesterday!! It was encouraging and fun to read them. You guys are the greatest!
Second, THANKS to everyone who sent in pictures of their jewelry display/storage! If you don’t remember, last week I posted this post about everyone’s comments about how they store their jewelry. We got the idea after this post where we talked about how we housed our jewelry (with photos!). It was so fun to get some emails from you all over the last week. It is fun to see how everyone has different tastes and styles in their jewelry AND how we keep it at our homes! So, without further adieu, here we go!
First up is Aimee’s from Gracefully Gifted – the braiding on the outside of the dish is so beautiful!
Here is our mom’s! She got everything for her jewelry storage from IKEA – everything is easy to see AND we like that she thought outside the box by placing the jewelry underneath a shelf where most people would put a photo or print!
Next up is Michelle from Decor and the Dog – all the silver is right up my alley! This is a very creative idea that we both really like:
Our lovely friend Laura sent us these pictures of her necklaces (we love the funky colored hooks she used!)… …and earrings. (this is the friend that gives Jen fashion advice via the phone before work in the morning. you can see that here.)
Here is Faith’s (from The Stirring Place) jewelry – we love that she sent us what she does even though she doesn’t wear much jewelry at all! Here is her ring and necklace storage…
…and her earring storage!
And last but certainly not least, Erin from His & Hers. I can TOTALLY see Jen wearing a few of those necklaces on the right!
So what do you guys think? Any great ideas? I LOVE looking at all the pictures of the bright colored jewelry, but really, I know I would never wear it if I owned it! Jen and I are definitely going to start thinking outside the box (no pun intended!) when it comes to jewelry storage…it seems like a great way to add function as well as a bit of style to a space.
Thanks again for participating, you all! This was so fun!