A jewellery collection, often years in the making, deserves a good home. Jewellers have identified the need for storage which is both practical and beautiful, creating trinket boxes which are minimal, opulent and everything in between.

Jonathan Adler x Higher Standards
 

jonathan adler jewellery box

Higher Standards have teamed up with designer Jonathan Adler to create a porcelain jewellery box -  the perfect size for storing trinkets, its bold design will add a bolt of colour to your dressing table. Flip the lid and use as a tray to mix it up.

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Sophie Bille Brahe

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‘I first thought about creating the jewellery boxes when travelling as I wanted to create the perfect case to store my jewellery,’ says Sophie Bille Brahe on her deliciously soft velvet jewellery boxes in cheerful hues. ‘Through conversations with both our customers and stockists we have seen that there is a real demand to produce beautiful cases that people can both travel with and keep at home.’ The resulting pieces, safely cradling precious jewels, will make for elegant additions to a dressing table.

Menu at WallpaperSTORE*

Sometimes, the main thing an eclectic jewellery collection needs is clear organisation, and if it is neat compartments you are after, this could be the piece for you. Danish designer Menu redraws the lines of a trinket box in clean white oak; the ideal piece for the minimalist, its perfectly proportioned silhouette will be a chic foil for outlandish adornments.

Anissa Kermiche

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Anissa Kermiche’s homeware is a favourite of interior lovers, who are often drawn to her tongue-in-cheek, subversive forms. Now, she brings her inimitable sculptural style to a jewellery box. Crafted from earthenware and playing on juxtaposing geometrical forms, this piece is an accessory in its own right.