Jewelry Display Ideas for Your Home or Craft Booth by Kristen Fagan4:05 PM
My quest today was to find simple and inspiring ideas for displaying your jewelry. I picked up these ideas from my Internet love, Pinterest and from blogs I follow. With some of you gearing up for holiday craft shows, trade shows and sales within your retail store I hope some of these ideas inspire you!
Show off your jewelry in style with a simply gorgeous wall display using door knobs. You can take this idea and easily adapt it for booth display with a picture frame. I found this idea over at Apartment Therapy.
If you want to organize your jewelry out of sight you won't want to miss this brilliant hidden jewelry box that uses framed artwork on the front creating a secret hideaway for your baubles. Find out how to make this over at Design*Sponge.
The Borrowed Abode.
For the ultimate combination of form and function check out Heather's pegboard jewelry holder I found over at Apartment Therapy.
Here is another re-purposed idea that is super simple and colorful. It's simply an oven rack! I bet you can pick one up at goodwill for pennies. See how to make your own over at Just Sew Sassy.
I'm in love with this garden rack jewelry holder. It it so unexpected yet makes total sense, am I right? It's similar to the tie rack holder I currently use but so much more fun. With the pearls hanging it has a very shabby chic vibe, original pin from Twig Home.
I thought how nice this would be to setup and take down for displaying at a show. It's made from a supply box for a one of a kind jewelry display cabinet. Check out more details at Design*Sponge.
Better Homes and Gardens.
I know there are a lot of branch display ideas out there but, this one is really elegant. A simple twig with tacks was found at Lou & Tom.
Of course no jewelry storage roundup would be complete without a framed display! I love the white lace but, best of all you can customize it to fit any decor you have just by using different colors for the frame and fabric. See how to make your own over at Handmade Spark
Many of these finds were discovered on Pinterest. It's a great way to visually organize inspiration and online finds. Sara talks more about it here. It is an invitation only website. So if you would like an invitation, please leave your email details in the comments and I will invite you to join! If you are already on Pinterest, let's be pinning buddies! You can find me here.