Jewelry serves the purpose of decorating the body, embellishing the wearer’s beauty, and finalizing any outfit. However, this categorical accessory can fulfill roles outside of adorning the wearer’s neck, ears, and wrists. Jewelry can conform to serve as decorative pieces around your house. Incorporating your favorite pieces of jewelry into your home’s decor will leave you with a personalized display that is also practical and resourceful use of space. Displaying jewelry in cute ways is simple as well. Instead of hiding your gems in a box, purchase a piece of decor that will serve as the centerpiece and drape your jewelry around it to showcase your jewels.
Check out this list of specific decoration pieces that will help display your jewelry in the cutest way possible.
1. Hand Mold
What better way to display rings than with a mold that mimics the body part they are worn on. Hand molds can come in a variety of silhouettes and have unlimited ways of being decorated. Go a step further and make a mold of your own hand. This way your rings will fit perfectly compared to using other molds bought from retailers. This method also allows you to further customize your decoration piece to your preferred specification, and lets you get crafty and creative.
2. Ceramic Dishes
Out of all ways to display your jewelry this has to be the simplest and most versatile. Decorative ceramic dishes are made in many creative shapes and aesthetic designs that fit just about anyone’s room design. These dishes are perfect for holding jewelry that you wear on the daily, as you can quickly toss your jewels into the dish and not have to worry where you set them down.
3. Hanging Sandalwood
If you got somewhat of a beachy vibe going in your room already, then this jewelry display will complement your aesthetic. With some twine, small hooks and a few slender pieces of sandalwood you can make hanging decorations that also display your jewelry. If you are not the artsy type or don’t have the time to craft this yourself, places like Etsy sell premade sandalwood jewelry holders.
4. Open Geode Ring Holder
Instead of storing your favorite rings in a boring box after your done wearing them for the day, store them in a geode that’s been broken in half and put back together with clasps for opening and closing. A ring holder with just as much dazzle as the contents it holds, this geode case doubles as a beautiful decoration piece. Make a full jewelry display by using full or broken geodes and drape bracelets and necklaces over and within. Close the geode to store your jewelry in an enclosed case which is supposed to slow down the natural process of oxidization or becoming tarnished.
5. Standing Acrylic Display
Any jewelry collection that features necklaces as the star accessories should be displayed in ways that prevent the chains from getting tangled to the point of no return. A standing display that has multiple bars spaced a good distance from each other will give you room to hang multiple necklaces from. For a more dynamic display, hang bracelets and dangling earing interchangeably to create depth and drama. Put pieces with similar aesthetic styles or colors together for easier access to a set of jewelry that already goes well together.
6. Hanging From Shelves
Save counter space and use any empty wall to hang necklaces and bracelets up. Utilize space more efficiently by hanging a thin shelve with small hooks attached. This method provides a free surface on the top of the shelf to place any jewelry that cannot be hung from the small hooks.