At the end of a long day, I take off my rings, earrings, and necklaces and deposit them directly onto my dresser or table. Now I'm not a messy person per se, but every once in awhile a midi ring or earring stud will go MIA. I've only recently started using tiny jewelry dishes to contain my growing accessories collection, but even that isn't the best solution. I've learned I need an actual jewelry box. In my search for one, I found plenty of pretty organizers that not only have many compartments to hold my baubles, but also double as cute decor for my house. Ahead, I share my favorite jewelry holders so you too won't lose any more precious jewels.
Everyone's favorite minimalist jewelry brand offers two substantial boxes (the inside has three removable trays!) to keep your stackable rings and pendant necklaces in. The jewelry holder is made from grain leather and has an anti-tarnish microsuede interior lining. This box can also be monogrammed free of charge. Fancy!
Going on vacation? Select your favorite everyday pieces and put them into this handy travel jewelry case. It has room for your necklaces, earrings, and rings so they don't get jostled around and lost in your carry-on bag.
We've all seen those photos on Pinterest of nicely displayed jewelry in glass cases. If that is your aesthetic, you'll love this affordable transparent gold box from H&M. It looks luxe on your dresser with necklaces and rings inside or even on your bookshelf, should you decide to fill it with tiny crystals or other knickknacks instead.
For boho vibes, you'll want to go with a jewelry box made of wood and covered in geometric designs. This one is propped up on little legs and has five different compartments to store all your valuables in. Put this box next to some green succulents for the ultimate Free People meets West Elm vibes.
Incorporate some variety into your jewelry organizers. Though not a box, this open-face tray allows you to easily display your favorite pieces. Use it to plan out what kind of jewelry you want to wear with your weekend outfits.
This jewelry box is so big you may not have enough pieces to even fill it. The top portion contains 12 compartments, the top drawer has 18, the middle drawer has 3, and the bottom drawer contains one compartment for bigger items like a watch. You can also get this one monogrammed with one letter on the lower right corner of the inside mirror.
What looks like a lush velvet pillow (like the one Rachel Green's hairless cat sat on) is actually a jewelry box. It comes in several colors, though my favorite is this marigold yellow, which will look great on your vanity table. It's travel-sized approved too.
This stone-colored jewelry box resembles a chic and impenetrable security vault. It is made in Spain and features hinged compartments and rows of ring cushions that are lined with soft tarnish-resistant suede. The sleek and space-saving style makes it suitable for even the smallest of apartments.
Once you've invested in a classic glass jewelry box, opt for different glass shapes. This octagon one is perfect for earrings or rings. All the different boxes will come together as stylish decor for your dresser.
If your dream is to own a beach or lake house, you'll love this bamboo raffia jewelry case. It has hints of natural elements that give it earth-friendly tones. Load it up with turquoise rings and other colorful stones, so they pop against the white and brown hues.
Most jewelry boxes are horizontal, so if you're looking for something that maximizes what little space you have on the counter, get this vertical one. It has six pull out drawers, one deeper drawer for sunglasses, and two side compartments with 22 hooks and 4 pockets for necklaces. It even comes with a removable mini jewelry box for travel. Adding this to my wishlist.
This jewelry box is essentially a gorgeous decor piece whether or not you actually use it for your baubles. One reviewer wrote she uses it to hold her remotes (genius) so there is less clutter on the coffee table. Since it's currently on sale, you might want to buy two: one for you and one as a gift to your favorite host.
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