Accessories mirror cropped

Published on April 22nd, 2014 | by nerdet


Mirror jewelry storage


Materials: STAVE mirror

Here is a easy storage for jewellery.

So I started out with a IKEA Stave mirror.  Then I took cork boards that I ripped apart so I was just left with the cork itself (because I couldn’t find a place that sold cork by the meter…). Then I cut it to size and glue-gunned them to the back of the mirror.  Now the mirror comes with hinges so I hung it up and now it open and closes like a door, pretty mirror in front and when you open it up it is the cork.  Then I just added pins to the cork and hung up my jewellery.  Now I have a good overview of my jewellery even though it’s hidden away. The best thing is the pins can be taken out and put in again and again, since you might want to reorganize when you get some new jewellery ;)

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5 Responses to Mirror jewelry storage

  1. Vicky Pyne says:

    I’ve also done this – didn’t realise someone had beat me to it. I also covered the cork with some velvet to give it a bit of a posher feel and used tiny brass nails instead of pins. Finally, I installed a small movement detecting led strip at the top to light up the jewellery.

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Dick Blick Art Store sells cork by the yard and feet I think. I bought a huge roll to do a cork wall years ago.

  3. VeganJD says:

    Where did you get the corkboard? Not sure where to shop for it.

  4. Austy says:

    I love this. I’ve been wanting a mirror jewelry box. This looks really simple to do and so much cheaper than the ones I’ve seen for sale.

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