Hey Friends! I am totally pumped to tell you about my experience with HGTV last week! I am also excited to give you the run down about Clean Slate- that happened this weekend too! I was a busy girl and I am trying to get caught up with blog stuff today. So enjoy this jewelry display post today and look for HGTV stuff tomorrow! :)
One thing I love about my job is that I get to create every single day. Some days it's big installations, some days it's small detailed signage, and other days I create things to display product. For example, a few weeks ago, I created these bracelet holders.
Since I made these for Anthro, you know I can't give you a step by step tutorial of how to achieve this look. But I am confident that if you take a long hard look at these jewelry holders you can figure out exactly how to make one for yourself!
I love the lines of the turned wood spindles and that the base is also circular. I think keeping the shape consistent makes this look very pleasing to the eye.
And of course, topping the fixture off with some of Anthro's gorgeous knobs really finishes the piece and adds a touch of elegance!
That same week, I also created this fixture from the same materials.
This piece was made to specifically hold headbands, but it would also work for necklaces!
Maybe the best thing about these DIY jewelry fixtures is that they took almost no time at all. And if you use reclaimed materials, it is also very inexpensive! I'd love to see if you figure it out and make any for yourself!