While much of the nation seems to be wiling away countless hours playing Candy Crush, my big time-suck is Pinterest. If you are on it then you know how addictive it can be, and if you haven’t yet tried it then get ready for a slippery, yet visually delightful slope. For your viewing pleasure today, I wanted to share 10 photos from my “over-the-top jewelry” board. (Click here if you’d like to see more!) I’m sure most of these were photographed for editorial use or on a runway, yet they just go to show the lengths to which some designers go. Enjoy, and please let me know what you think!
If you have some cool boards that I should check out, please leave a link to them in the comments below — I’d love to see them!
So if you haven’t picked up on it by now, I’m a total Pinterest addict. It started with just jewelry boards, including one on jewelry storage, but now I’ve got over 30, on various subjects. But I digress…
I’m always on the search for cool jewelry storage ideas, and I was blown away by this jewelry board that I came across during a Pinterest search!
I discovered that Becki is the creator of this awesome design. There’s complete instructions on how to assemble one of your own on her website, Whippy Cake. Personally, I don’t know how she had the time or energy to mastermind this project with three kids aged 5 and under, but kudos! Perhaps it’ll inspire you to create your own jewelry storage system. Let me know what you come up with!!
I’ve written a couple posts about jewelry storage the past couple years, but lately I’ve come across a few amazing closets while browsing around on Pinterest. I would love to see these spaces in person!
First up is from the closet of Mary Alice Stephenson, a stylist and TV host.
Take a closer look at the pull-out drawer/trays. It’s simply jewelry heaven!
Next is a very cool idea. Eva Jeanbart-Lorenzotti, the founder of the uber-cool site Vivre, has transformed a luxurious bureau into a huge jewelry box!
This last luxe example is more of a mystery. I don’t know who’s closet it’s in, but I wish it were in mine!
While I know that these storage systems are a bit beyond reach…a girl can dream, can’t she?! 😉
Happy Valentine’s Day to my lovely readers!! I’d like to thank you for following my blog, and I hope that you’re getting a lot out of it. I know I have a blast writing about all things jewelry, and I just love hearing your opinions and comments.
I’m not sure if you’re aware, but Jewelry Fashion Tips has a strong (and growing) presence in the land of Facebook and Pinterest. While I’m posting a couple times a week on my actual blog, there’s a whole other jewelry world going on out there in the land of my social media.
First of all, if you’re not a fan already, I highly encourage you to “like” my Facebook page. While I do have links to my blog posts, I also post something almost daily that is sure to tickle your jewelry box.
Some days it might be a humorous jewelry-related quote…
And other days it might be about an upcoming trunk show or a special sale going on with some fabulous jewelry line…
My Facebook page is definitely where you can stay current, and you wouldn’t want to miss out on anything, would you?!
Pinterest has also become an amazing platform for me to spread the jewelry love! With boards on everything from “my jewelry lust list” to “stacked bracelets,” this site is a source of real inspiration. I invite you to follow me, and also share your boards with me!
I see more jewelry on Pinterest than I ever could in person, even if I shopped all day! I regularly pin new photos to my boards, so there’s always something new to look at. Check out this necklace I recently came across!
The organic beauty of this stunning ring just made my heart sing.
If you’re reading this on an RSS feed, you may not see the buttons linking you to these pages, so feel free to click the links in the actual post to get you there. For those of you reading this post on my actual blog, you can also use the little Facebook and Pinterest buttons to the right of this article. I hope to see you online, and my next post will be back to regular programming. 🙂