Recently I was asked how I store my jewelry. Considering I am a jewelry designer, it’s not an incredibly unusual question. I myself would like to see what kind of pots and knives a chef uses at home, too. Or what kind of drink a Barista makes for themselves…
But back to the jewelry storage question.Â Above is the little prep area I have in my closet for all things jewelry. The dark wood jewelry box houses my rings and vintage jewelry given to me from my Grandmas. Rhinestones, cocktail rings, pearls, and post earrings are all tucked away in their little white padded homes. My Jess LC necklaces and bangle bracelets hang from a metal jewelry tree from Urban Outfitters.
TIP: No More Knots – EVER!
Always hang your necklaces to avoid tangling the chains. Use a jewelry tree as pictured, nails on a wall, pegs, whatever. Just don’t let the chains touch a horizontal surface and you’re golden.
As for french-wire earrings, I use this padded criss-cross lattice board. It sits precariously on top of a full length mirror to the left of this chest and falls on my head 2.6 times a month.