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How to Style Your Dresser like a Jewelry Boutique

I recently decided to style my entire dresser with jewelry. I wanted to display the jewels I wear most often and keep the rest tucked away in storage containers. The best part about displaying jewelry where I can see it is that it makes getting ready in the morning a breeze, especially if I’m in a time crunch.

Follow my tips for turning your dresser into a jewelry “boutique” feel:

The first thing you’ll want to do is start with a clean and empty dresser. Next, find unique pieces around your home to display as storage for the jewelry. I used a cake stand (the stand is separated into 3 pieces, so I used two together and one by itself), 3 painted wine glasses (a friend painted them and donated them to me), a wine glass (designed with a marker during a girl’s night) and a bowl (given by a friend who bought the piece in China).  The most important thing to remember when picking display pieces is to make sure they are around the same height for balance. Since three of the wine glasses are the same height, I chose to use a two tiered cake stand and display the third small tier near the short wine glass. When displaying each piece, use all space available but don’t overcrowd. You’ll want to pick pieces you can get the most use out of and are within the same color scheme to work well with the colors of your jewelry.

Tip: Be mindful of paint colors on the walls, make sure they go with the colors of the display items/jewelry.

There a number of ways to display jewelry:

Mix the colors of jewelry throughout the entire dresser.

Keep all like colors together. All gold, silver and colored.

Create a fun “moment” in the middle of the dresser with either one color scheme or a rainbow. You do a rainbow color scheme starting from the left side of the dresser to the right.

To get the most use out of the display items, I displayed earrings on the outside of the wine glasses and a bracelet around the base of the cake stand.

Tip: If you have more jewelry that can’t fit on the dresser, change your jewelry out monthly or seasonally. You’ll need to re-coordinate the colors.

To get the “boutique” feel, set up the dresser as if you were going shopping each day. Display your favorite pieces where they’re noticeable-in the center of the dresser. Merchandise items that will work well together for any outfit-this way it’s a no brainer on what pieces to wear together, this is especially helpful if you’re rushed for time. If you have any interesting pieces of jewelry you’ll want to display them towards the center of the dresser or on an elevation- -Tiara (at center), gold square and silver tassel necklaces are on wine glasses. Any fine jewelry could be displayed in a jewelry box or create its own “moment” on the dresser.

Some cool items to display on your dresser are:

Christmas lights, a fabric runner with an interesting pattern or solid color, lace overlay (white or colored), fake flowers, holiday décor, books, pictures or garland to weave through display pieces and jewelry. Also, leave room on your dresser for practical items such as a coaster, lamp, tissue box, etc.

If you run out of room on your dresser try displaying items like this:

Use command hooks on the walls to display long necklaces. Put shelves on the walls and pick more unique display pieces that complement the pieces on the dresser within the same color scheme and height.

For a quick and easy DIY-Glue fake flowers on the command hooks to hide the white strip of the hook. To decorate the cake stand, use fabric or lace dollies or glue tassels/small flowers to the stand. For the wine glasses, take a small/medium/large flower and glue it to the top of the glass. Or simply put flowers in the glasses.

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