Valentine’s Day

Jewelry Storage – Valentine’s Day 2017

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Chocolates, stuffed bears, and roses are all nice Valentine’s Day gifts, but as Marilyn Monroe sang, “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.” If you’re lucky enough to receive a beautiful bauble this Valentine’s Day, it deserves a proper place to be stored. So, in honor of the holiday, take a look at some of our favorite jewelry storage options that will make you just as excited to put away your jewelry as you are to put it on!


Grand Lacquer Jewelry Box, Antique Silver1. Best Multi-Purpose Jewelry Box: Grand Lacquer Jewelry Box from West Elm: $219.00  

This jewelry box contains three levels of jewelry storage with top sections that flip out for easy access to what’s below. It’s roomy enough to fit all of your jewelry needs, with a specialized cushion area for rings and earrings. When closed, its simple exterior and shape will match almost any décor and surface. An added bonus is that it can be monogrammed.



White Supersize Stackers Premium Stackable Jewelry Box2. Best Modular Jewelry Storage: Stackers Premium Stackable Jewelry Boxes from The Container Store: $29.99-39.99

These stackable trays are available in three colors, three sizes and many different interior configurations. You can choose which tray style you want based on the type and amount of jewelry you have, and you can add trays as your jewelry collection grows. One of the variations is a lidded tray that can be placed on top of your stacks, so when the top is closed, It gives the appearance of one coherent jewelry box.


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Decadent Jewelry Storage for Valentines Day

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With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, it’s a great time to think about storing your jewelry and the best options available. While costume jewelry is often bulky and difficult to store in a traditional way, these beautiful jewelry boxes are perfect for cocktail rings, your grandmother’s pearls, and the delicate necklaces and bracelets you’ve accumulated over the years. Here are mScreen Shot 2016-02-09 at 8.00.06 AMy favorites:

The Wolf Palermo Large Jewelry Box includes 15 storage compartments, 2 watch cuffs, 3 ring rolls and lots of drawers. Under typical storage conditions, the special LusterLoc fabric lining inside the jewelry box will prevent tarnishing for up to 35 years. $449


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Organizing and Storing Jewelry

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  • Get Hooked! Hooks are incredibly useful when it comes to storing jewelry.  They are the optimal way to store long necklaces to ensure they don’t get knotted.  Invest in beautiful decorative hooks to match your jewelry!


  • Clear it Up For very small items, a clear plastic storage unit is a neat way to store and survey all of your jewelry.  Try one like this. And you may want to fill one compartment with extra earring backs…just in case you lose one.


  • Don’t’ forget: visibility is key!  If you don’t see what you have, you won’t wear it!

  • Hang On There are many attractive jewelry-specific “trees,” stands, and “hands,” that are neat jewelry storage solutions, and often quite beautiful.

  • Dress It Up Drawers are a visually pleasing way to view all the jewelry you have, and also keep it out of sight when not needed.  Try a small dresser with many shallow drawers.

  • Don’t Get Board Straw and cork boards provide a way to survey your jewelry all at once and prevent knotting.

  • Serve It Up A pretty way to organize jewelry on a dresser or armoire is in small teacups or dishes.  This is especially helpful for the go-to earrings, bracelets, or watch that you wear daily.

  • For The Closet Try a hanging jewelry organizer like this one.

  • Do-It Yourself For a different approach, bulky bangles can be stored on simple paper towel holders, or even empty glass bottles!

  • Outside The Box There are alternative ways to artfully hang your jewelry, while also repurposing household supplies in a more artistic way.  Try using picture frames, utensil organizers, or even doorknobs for creative approach.


Favorite Valentine’s Day Products

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While it’s always nice to receive flowers and chocolate, here are some Valentine’s gifts you can buy yourself that will look great while helping you organize!

I love the red square lacquer tray from West Elm. Not only can it be used to serve cocktails and appetizers, but it can be used to corral remote controls, organize beauty products, or even hold a stack of reading material.

The red Bisley® 5-Drawer Cabinet is ideal for organizing small items like pens, pencils, paper clips or small craft supplies. Each drawer has a label holder handle for marking the contents. Place it on a desktop or work surface for organization that’s chic and functional.

This red lacquered box is multi-purpose and super cute. It also comes in larger and smaller sizes, and even round boxes. Use this as a desk accessory, in a bedroom, living room or den to add storage that’s sleek and shiny.

Prop this red enamel bracket frame from Jonathan Adler in a spot where clutter typically gathers. This fun frame will prevent you from putting your piles where they don’t belong!

This red magnetic magazine pocket can be mounted on the wall or propped on a desk. And, because it’s magnetic, it’s a great bulletin board too!$10-$25/kids-storage-and-shelving/magnificent-magnetic-magazine-pocket/f8307