Up until recently I used to throw all of my trinkets in a silver pineapple shaped dish. Cute, but entirely impractical. All of my delicate necklaces would get jumbled up in a shiny bundle along with my bangles and statement rings….it got to the point where I wasn’t wearing any jewellery at all as I knew it would take me at least an hour to detangle a pair of earrings.
I had a light bulb moment when I discovered the chunky wooden hanger pictures in the slider whilst looking for knitwear on H&M – it’s excellent for displaying longer pieces. Sadly as we’ve just sold the house (again!) I didn’t want to put any more holes in the wall so it’ll have to wait until we find our forever abode and I can create that dream dressing room I’ve always been after *sigh*….Anyway, I digress.
My current solution is this rather lush copper stand by Oliver Bonas. It works with my colour scheme (erm, copper and erm…copper) and is compact enough not to take up too much room on my rather limited “beauty station” shelf.
I’m also very fond of this double trinket dish, perfect for chunkier items and separating your bargain bracelets from your more investment baubles. As you probably already know I am a huge fan of the lacquer dressing table trays from The White Company, they don’t exactly work for multiple magpie finds but they look lovely with a few bits and pieces displayed for minimalist chic.
In terms of your more traditional jewellery “box” I’m currently coveting this beautiful boutique design from John Lewis , it comes in gold, silver and my favourite copper finish. At £50 it’s a tad on the pricey side but there’s no denying it looks super luxe.
How do you store your accessories and treasures? DIY solutions are more than welcome, I’m naff at craft but there’s no denying Pinterest is awash with numerous do-it-yourself ideas and inspiration.