Friday, May 31, 2013
first knuckle rings. I've made these dainty, super thin rings before, but they work perfectly as first knuckle rings (especially since they are super light weight... you can barely feel they are there). These rings look beautiful in a just-a-hint-of-silver kind of way, but could also look amazing stacked in multiples.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Talk about a presence! The diamonds aren't very large but this ring could easily span from knuckle to knuckle.
This ring is beautiful and dainty.
Such an amazing engagement ring! Why have one large diamond, when you can have two?!
Friday, May 17, 2013
Todd Reed's work!
Todd Reed's work!
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Shadowboxes are a great way to show off your jewelry and save on counter space. Adding a cute patterned paper to the background is a great way to amp up the wall decor feel.
this for some time but have never gotten around to it. You can add as many decorative knobs as needed or add knobs as your collection grows... no longer will you need to suffer through cramming all your necklaces on the limited amount of hooks in a jewelry box!
This idea is great for organizing a large amount of jewelry in one location. All you need is a frame (I, personally, love the more vintage decorative frames), a sheet of radiator grill, and some small S-hooks. (You could also use a sheet of cork in lieu of the grill.)
this set-up! (In lieu of a bust, you could also use a doll dress form!)
old watchcase glass cloches in varying heights to display my favorite pieces!
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
I love everything about this fixture package!
I love how clean and white this gallery space is.
I love how the metal pops off of the dark charcoal.
I love when jewelry is displayed like works of art.
This massed out on a wall would be outrageous!
I love this beautiful glass box and I love the use of the scrabble tiles and holders!
I love everything about this, from the glass cloche to the bust on top of a wood slice to the white column!
Friday, May 10, 2013
Design Seeds! The combination of design and color is stunning and so inspiring. This particular image was found based on my palette search for the middle color. This is going to be such an amazing tool when I want to repaint some rooms in my house!
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
this lovely pendant on etsy and discovered in the description that it was a stickpin converted into a pendant. Why have I never thought of this before?! It would be a relatively easy conversion, it's a wonderful reuse of jewelry that would likely not get used often, if at all, and from a brief online search, it seems that stickpins go for much less than a pendant does of equal size and quality! Brilliant!