6 Concepts For A Jewelry Stand

A jewelry stand is a necessary piece of furnishing. It helps unclutter your jewelry and trinkets, making a well-organized room. You can display your collection of trinkets and baubles on it to make it easy for you to choose which ones to wear with a certain outfit. With a jewelry stand, you don't have to take precious time searching for jewelry to wear. Everything is displayed right where you can easily get them. Making a jewelry stand is also pretty simple and you can use the following 6 common articles to create a beautiful jewelry stand for your jewelry.

Foam Head While they are basically used to display wigs, foam heads can be turned into lovely jewelry stands. All you need is to cover a foam head with a heavy fabric, secure it with pins and you can have a jewelry stand in just a few minutes. You can now have something to display your rings and bracelets on.

Board A piece of plywood can be made into a jewelry stand that you can attach to the wall of your room. Paint it and place hooks on it to hold your bracelets and rings and other jewelry. This is easy to make and you can finish it in less than an hour.

Wire The most complicated yet the most flexible of articles is wire. It can be molded and shaped into any shape you want. The designs that you can make out of wire are numerous and all you need is a little creative imagination to come up with a design that is both functional and beautiful.

Window Screen Another article that can be used to make a jewelry stand is an old window screen which you can use together with an old frame to create a place where you can hang your bracelets and trinkets on. Just polish the frame first before attaching to the wall of your room to make it more attractive.

Trays Trays have many uses and one of them is as jewelry stands. They come in many colors and in different shapes. You can have large or small trays for your jewelry.

Tree Branch Tree branches make lovely jewelry stands. The branches are perfect for hanging bracelets and necklaces, rings and other trinkets.


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