No, Miss Bliss, Ron and I are NOT playing doctor and nurse, though I did get a chuckle out of your comment! Sarah got it right when she suggested I was using the vintage medical cabinet in the bedroom nook as a jewelry holder and vanity area!
If you open the doors, you can see a mirror, which is very helpful for putting in earrings, etc.
A vintage bunsen burner stand is used to hold necklaces, bracelets, etc. This is the same stand I used for my whimsical bird's nest display last year.
The brackets are movable and allow for hanging different length jewelry.
A hand-crafted bowl nestles perfectly to hold rings and other baubles.
This "listen" necklace above was crafted by jewelry designer Gretchen at Mimi Toria's Designs. She and Lani at Cottage Elements gifted it to me for my birthday a few years ago.
Some other fun necklaces on display.
The vintage tin box was a junk find. I love it's colors and patterns.
This is the drawer before. It shows the original green color of the desk. No, I didn't paint the desk. It was white when I found it. I think the green is the same as the pair of vintage medical cabinets I have in the studio/office. Don't you think?
I lined the drawer with cork and then sorted jewelry using the vintage milk glass dental trays I showed you a couple weeks ago...
Instead having everything tangled and jumbled up, everything is easily visible. It saves so much time getting ready in the morning! It's also easier to put things away!
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