Jewelry Grows on Trees

How many times have you heard the saying “money doesn’t grow on trees?” Personally, I’ve lost count. Maybe money doesn’t grow on trees; but jewelry does. At least, it does now. I spend countless hours each week trying to untangle my long necklaces and bracelets. It’s similar to the amount of time spent unraveling Christmas lights around the holidays and often results in me leaving the house without my lovely accessories in tow; which is why I am saying goodbye to my jewelry box, and hello to a...jewelry tree. Jewelry trees are the perfect way to store your gems; and when they’re as cute as these, they make for a wonderful decorative touch as well!

Urban Outfitters is like the fashion version of a supportive friend who always lends a shoulder for you to lean on when you’re in need; and this Little Birch Jewelry Stand, $24, proves it. The colors of the coated aluminum branches are reminiscent of the great outdoors, while the velvet-lined base is nothing short of a Tiffany’s display case. Adorned with your most treasured accessories, this little tree will be transformed into a majestic sight that is both handy and handsome!

It may not look like a tree found in your backyard, but the Umbra Bijou Chrome Jewelry Tree, $19..99, is kind of...well, amazing. The twelve arms are of varying heights which make it perfect for accommodating even your longest baubles, and the little bottom tray (which doubles as the supportive stand for the entire contraption) is a simple place to store everything from rings to studs. Plus, if you weren’t already smitten enough, the color and design is, literally, fit for a queen.

It seems like wealthy people always have tiered sterling silver holders sitting front and center in their living rooms that are constantly stocked with lavish desserts – from petit fours to fresh fudge. I have always wanted one for myself, but never really saw any use for it – until now. This Vintage Iron Jewelry Holder, $49, is a charming – and useful – alternative. Featuring three levels (that rotate!), as well as stylish scalloped edges (which are pierced to accommodate your dangly earrings), this is one jewelry tree that you simply cannot live without!

After being away from stores for a few days, the mere sight of a clothes rack often sends me into a tizzy; so you can only imagine the buzz that went through me when I spotted this Solid Stainless Steel Jewelry Tree and Earring Tree, $44.95. The six arms remind me of the clothing racks that adorn my favorite boutiques, and provide enough storage space to accommodate even my large jewelry collection. The oval mahogany base only thrills me even more, as it provides such an elegant touch to the piece that I simply cannot resist.

Where do you store your jewelry?

Fashionably yours!

Thanks to Urban Outfitters, Bed, Bath, and Beyond, and PB Teen for the pictures.


Lil Midget said...

Hello! Thanks for your comment :)

I definitely need one of those jewellery thinga-ma-jigs. I stuff all my jewellery into my makeup bag :P


Couture Carrie said...

Fabulous post . . . I really need one of these, as my necklaces are in a jumble in my jewelry box - the tree one is really fantastic!!


Tina { Luphia Loves... } said...

i need one like these, currently all my necklaces are just in a clear plastic box! i love the "cake tray" one, would be great for rings & earrings too! :)

dapper kid said...

That first tree is so beautiful! I store my necklaces and rings on one of those upturned plastic jewelry hands with the spindly fingers :)

Rachel Lynne said...

let's exchange links, I am adding you onto my site right now! Hope to hear from you soon!
with love,
rachel lynne

jess said...

Ever since I saw Marie Antoinette I've wanted a multi tiered cake stand to store my jewelry. Thanks for finding one!

La Couturier said...

Thank you for always leaving such sweet comments =]

I love that tiered jewelry holder! It's so perfect, and reminds me of a little baker's shop holding the most delectable jewels!

La C.

Heather said...

That's a great idea. It's hard to find good jewelry boxes. I finally located one from the Container store:

It has quite a bit of storage in it!

SOPHIA said...

ooooooh cute cute cute. I want that Jewlery tree so badly! Though i don't know how useful it would be seeing as i have an entire room dedicated to jewlery! Haha!

-Sophie (http://bonjourmodele.blogspot.com)

Style and Inspiration said...

I don't have nearly enough jewelry to fill it, but I love the tall, silver one. Great idea!

tanya said...

I love the idea of a jewelry tree--so pretty!

i.d. said...

I LOVE this! I've been looking for a jewelery tree for ages. :)

Johanna - MyShoebox.se said...

Right now I store my jewellry in small boxes, not the most efficient way... A tree seems like a good, and beautiful, investment :)

Hanne said...

I have a jewelry tree, it's such a convenient way to store your jewelry:)

proudly says, said...

thank you soo much.
i think the little birch is perfect for my necklaces since they aren't organized.

Dallas Shaw said...

i have a jewelry box AND a tree... yeesh


Mrs. P said...

yes yes yes! I've been looking for a jewelry tree like that for so long but I LOVE the "vintage iron jewelry holder." It appeals to the dessert fiend in me.

Emz said...

Those are so pretty! I want one for my room now! This is a great post =)

Sasi said...

I use boxes, too, but this is such a nice idea..my fave are the first and the third one:)

Your posts are always very interesting, and also useful..but I guess you already know this:P

Little Bow Prep said...

Oh, these are terrific!

I especially like the first and third one!

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