My house is filled with ring holders and jewelry dishes. I never take my jewelry off without immediately putting it in one of these designated landing spots, and I think this system is why I rarely lose a piece of jewelry in my own house.
Frequent hand washing makes designated jewelry holding spots even more important. Ring holders keep your treasures safe and many of them are so pretty or cute that they double as art objects in your house.
If you own jewelry, you need a ring holder in your life. At LEAST one.
Ring holders for while you’re washing your hands
I love these little jewelry dishes from Modern Mud. The fact that they’re little bowls means that you can throw anything in here – earrings, necklaces, whatever.
The colors are lovely and calming and the moon-inspired crescent on the side is made from real 22 karat gold. They can also be personalized with an initial if that’s your jam. Little but luxe!
This utterly adorable otter ring holder is by Finland-based artist Paint My Dream. Could it possibly be any cuter?? I love the idea of having this otter in a bathroom or by a sink, because he looks like he’s swimming happily along.
I’m sure you’ve seen a ring cone before, but have you seen one made of Italian Carrara marble?
I featured this ring holder from Craft Monkees in Instore Magazine last year and the artist was kind enough to send me one of my own as a thank you, so I can tell you firsthand that this thing is incredible. It’s so cool and smooth and satisfyingly weighty.
I can also confirm that it makes every ring that I put on it look incredible. Highly recommend.
This iridescent crystal-inspired ring holder is another piece by Modern Mud, who also made the crescent moon dishes above.
This handmade beauty comes in a number of colors but I think this one is my favorite, with its mysterious oil-slick vibe. This one holds enough rings that I think it could be permanent ring storage, instead of just a by-the-sink holder.
Leosklo specializes in these semi-industrial copper and glass ring holders with a strong terrarium vibe. They’re minimalist and perfect and I absolutely love them. These would be stunning for a proposal or a wedding but they also look fantastic on a shelf. They work well for rings but come in a variety of sizes and styles, many of which can hold larger pieces as well.
This is another ring holder that I can vouch for personally – see mine in action here.
Look at this adorable lumpy little cactus!! I’m not even sure why I love it so much but I love it SO much. It’s got buds on the top to hold individual rings and a dish below for larger pieces or additional rings. This little cutie is also by Paint My Dream.
Do you use ring holders in your own home? Do you know of any other super adorable or gorgeous ones that I need to see? Leave a comment and let me know!
All images c/o the maker of each ring holder; sources are linked above.