Today we're taking a peak at how I organize my personal jewelry collection at home. Most of what you see is waiting for its turn to be featured on Instagram as one of our favorite finds. I'm constantly rotating my collection and rarely keep anything longer than a few wears, with the exception of a few vintage Cartier Love bracelets (a similar version here on Etsy) that my dad found a few years ago. If and when, I decide to part ways with those, I promise you'll be first to know!
1. T-Stands: On top of my dresser (which is from CB2 here), I love organizing my necklaces and bracelets on clear, acrylic t-stands of varying heights. It helps keep them untangled and visible. I always think clear and gold look so modern together! In case you're more focused on space saving options, I've linked up a few favorite wall displays which will also do the trick.
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2. Cute Dishes & Trays: I use these for displaying rings and earrings, mixing both new and vintage. I'm a fan of making these a bit more personalized. I always love quirky animals or shapes. This giraffe is from Anthropologie while the seashell dish is a vintage find by a company in Syracuse, New York. I found it at the Rose Bowl flea in Pasadena and my alma mater is Syracuse University so it's very meaningful to me.
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3. Brass Decor: If you haven't already noticed my obsession with vintage vases on Instagram, I admit to having a guilty pleasure of collecting vintage Lenox and Brass vases. Even without flowers, they look awesome with bracelet stacks. I've linked up a couple I'm currently eyeing on Etsy and Chairish.
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4. Drawer Bins: What I really love about my CB2 dresser is how deep the drawers are. I use the top drawer for jewelry stacking bins and my travel organizers. This strategy helps keeps jewelry from getting too dusty, and is especially smart for rhinestone pieces.
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5. Apothecary Jars: I love keeping chunky bangles in a glass jar because it's easy to dig through them while keeping them organized and from getting dusty. Plus they look great on top of a stack of books on your nightstand!