Angel’s DecoStudio jewelry box

I feel like I spend as much time trying to find the perfect storage solution for my beads and bracelets, as I do on collecting them.  I’m exaggerating, but since my collection is ever growing I’m always on the look out for a pretty and practical jewelry box.  A few weeks ago, one of the ladies on the Trollbeads group posted a picture of her jewelry box and it was amazing!  Felt lined troughs for bracelets and metal rods to keep loose charms, it had a place for everything.  That’s how I found out about Angel’s DecoStudio and the gorgeous decoupage boxes.  There are so many amazing designs, but of course I was drawn to the green one!  I love how the Trollbeads name and logo are incorporated onto the box and each section of the box is customizable.  Here are some pictures of the other choices, courtesy of Angel’s DecoStudio.

I ordered a medium box with two drawers; the top drawer includes sectionals for completed bracelets and 3 rods for loose charms.  I picked a configuration with less rods because I don’t keep that many loose beads, I usually have them on a bracelet.  What I really like is the bottom drawer that has 2 layers with 6 bracelet slots for a total of 12 bracelets.  Surprisingly (or maybe not, lol), I’ve managed to acquire quite a collection in the past 3 months of entering the Trollbeads Universe so I’m sure these slots will come in quite handy.  The prices vary depending on the size and configuration, but for what you get the price was reasonable, not bad at all for a fully customizable jewelry box.  For more information, you can contact her through her Facebook page.

I just received my box a couple days ago and it’s fabulous!  The small details are amazing – the little frog on the corner?  Love it!  Obviously, I’m going to be dedicating this box to my TB collection – I don’t like mixing the two brands and storing them apparently won’t be any different.  The hard part was waiting for this package, I thought I would have to wait for weeks because Angel’s DecoStudio is based out of Lithuania but the shipping didn’t take very long at all, one week exactly.  I’m so pleased that my bracelets have such a gorgeous home ;).

  • Janet L.

    I’m always on the look out for storage with anti-tarnish lining…I’ve seen the little fabric pouches and have ordered a silver safekeeper drawer box from QVC but sent it back because it was too cheaply made…if you ever come across a box lined with anti-tarnish please do post about it 🙂

    • Leann

      Hi Janet, I haven’t found any boxes with anti-tarnish lining, but I did get a jewelry pouch that is anti-tarnish lined.

      • Miss G

        I bought some of the anti-tarnish pouches and they are lovely. I may be ordering a box like yours. Does it have ring holders too?

      • Leann

        Yes! It has a lot of space for rings, bracelets, and charms ;).

  • Ashley

    Now if Pandora would make a awesome jewelry box like this one for all our Pandora bracelets and charms!

    Leann. u told all of us awhile back about a jewelry box that’s made in England or Canada but they sell some of the brand on Amazon, dang I forgot who the jewelry box line is. Some kind of stackable jewelry box. Anyways, it doesn’t come with anti-tarnish lined in any of the boxes. Will it still keep my Pandora items safe? Just wanted to check.

    • Leann

      Yes, I haven’t had any problems with my Stackers box. Just don’t leave it in the bathroom ;).

  • Janet

    I have my eye on this product.

    • Leann

      Hi Janet – I love the Stackers, I have the 4 tier Stackers, the one you posted a link to doesn’t ship to the US which is what I was trying to find originally.

  • Ash

    Was the little frog in the corner your idea? I love it!

    • Leann

      Not my idea, but I love it! 😉

  • susan roggeveen

    I just purchased my first bracelet, but I really don’t know what size is better. I broke my wrist a year ago that required surgery and plates and my wrist is bigger that before. I left the store with the 7.9 but have since gone back to get the 8.3. I found the smaller one did not dangle and had little room. There were 2 girls working at the store, but they didn’t agree with each other, meaning one of them thought the smaller one fit and the other thought the larger one fit. I am really confused. Can you offer any advice? Thanks Sue

    • Leann

      Hi Susan, the general rule is that you should be able to stick at least 2 fingers under the bracelet when it’s on your wrist. It also depends on whether you want to put a lot of Muranos on your bracelet, in which I suggest going a size up.

  • paris

    omg! so cute! how much would it be for a small one to fit around two or three bracelets and some earrings????

    ps. i love your blog!!! 🙂

    • Leann

      It depends, Paris – you can message the artist on her FB page :).

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