I don’t mean to shock you…but I have a lot of jewelry. It isn’t all especially valuable, but it’s all important to me and it’s a constant struggle to figure out how the heck to store it.
Thanks to Brown Safe, I now know exactly what my jewelry storage dreams look like. Are you ready for this magnificence?
Does anyone else hear angels singing when they look at that photo, or just me?
Brown Safe prides themselves in changing the way that people think about safes by providing custom options that are beautiful, luxurious, and – most of all – secure. In the words of Brown Safe’s VP, Lynel Berryhill:
Our industry, like many others, is full of low quality knock-off safes that may look nice but do little more than organized your belongings for the burglar.”
This one gives you a better look at what the custom lighting can achieve. It’s so wonderful I can barely look at it.
I currently store my jewelry in a combination of places, including a converted cigar box, an empty wine bottle (I put large cuffs over the top), a bracelet display stand, some ring dishes, a jewelry armoire, and a about 10 packages worth of Command hooks stuck to my wall.
A family owned company, Brown Safe has been producing high-quality safes in the US for nearly 40 years. In addition to the beautiful units for private homes, Brown Safe provides safes for an number of high-profile clients, from movie sets and TV shows to providing safes and vaults for the US military, embassies, and even covert government needs.
This is my dream: individual compartments in a beautiful structure that provides my pretties with a home that’s both secure and worthy of their beauty.
Brown Safe are highly customizable, offering a wide array of fabric types, alarm integration, lighting, watch storage, and drawer organization options…so I really could make sure there was a place for every piece, AND have the inside and outside of my dream safe match the decor in my boudoir. (This daydream is becoming rapidly more elaborate.)
Here are a couple of examples of the elegance and luxury these safes can achieve. Clearly it’s past time to stop thinking of a safe as a dusty gray box to be hidden in the basement. These safes are as beautiful as the jewelry I’d like to fill them with. And look at all the hooks and drawers!! I love looking at well-organized jewelry.
Brown Safe also told me that they have created safes for a number of Hollywood celebrities’ collections, but that they couldn’t name names. It’s easy to believe: if I were a celebrity, this is exactly how I would want to store my fabulous collection of jewels.
What do you think, my darlings?
Will your future jewelry storage daydreams include a custom creation from Brown Safe? Because I know mine will.
This sponsored post is brought to you by Brown Safe.
Okay those safes are gorgeous. I have a silver standing armoire which I love the look of – and I don’t have expensive jewelry so it’s okay, but if I did these would be perfect.
On another note – I love your instagram page! You post the best photos!
Thank you so much, Mandy!!
I use a vintage chifforobe with stacked “traveling salesman” jewelry cases in it. Each case has 10 pull out drawers that have dividers in them specific to what they hold. So the dividers for the earring drawer are smaller than the long thin dividers for the bracelet drawers, etc. That is in the large section behind the doir where one would hang clothes. The drawers hold more boxes of jewelry, watches, scarves and the bottom one (the largest) hold bags. I’m in the process of converting a linen closet to a hanbag closet, so that drawer will leave more room for jewelry that I want to keep in its original box.
I outgrew my jewelry armoire a couple of years ago and this was my solution. I also hange chains from the metal rod in the main section originally meant for hangers.
Door and handbag- oy vey typos!!!
Gee Powers says
Gorgeous? Yes! Lust-worthy? Hell yeah! I salute anyone who can acquire such an awesome and customized storage system for their baubles. In the meantime, I’ll continue to haunt The Container Store and estate sales, trying to solve my glittery clutter problem. BTW, I was struck by the apparent pearls in the photos, being HUNG! Egad! Real pearls with real silk knots will eventually stretch if stored that way. Pearls need to be protected, and to rest on something soft! Hanging in a door could also cause them to bump each other, and the unforgiving wood of that door. My friend Mary C. told me about your blog, and I’m having great fun following your adventures the worlds of gems and metals. Thank you!
Thank you so much for coming over to check out my blog, Gee!! I’m delighted to have you here. And I’m with you on those pearls…I’m hoping they were just staged like that for the photo.
And much of my jewelry storage comes from the Container Store, too! Love that place.