At the Union Design Festival on Sunday, we were taken with the jewelry holders and stands from San Francisco designer W.Ho Made It. Not only did they stand out from the crowd (we’ve never spotted anything quite like them at a local design festival or shopping event before), but we were enamored of their dainty practicality. We never seem to have enough storage space for our bloated collection of baubles. And unlike jeans or leather jackets (other things we have too many of), jewelry never looks better when it’s been beat up from overcrowding.
Looking sweet while solving a problem, the magnetic topper lifts off the Ring Holder above to allow finger adornments to stack around the bar rising from the center of an antique tea cup. In the four-tiered Jewelry Stand pictured below, an assortment of vintage porcelain pieces provides ample room for necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings. It may not have the drawers and cushioned compartments of many jewelry boxes, but we love these handmade vintage jewelry holders for their ability to keep frequently-worn, everyday accessories safe and sound while still easily accessible.