Adding Glam to your Boudoir- A Blog Hop

July 13, 2016

Adding Glam to your Boudoir-pinnable

Hey everyone! 

If you’re linking over here from my friend, Erica Cook at, welcome! I’m so thrilled you are here. If you’re a regular reader, I’m so glad you have come to join me again as I share more of my home with you. Today, I’m sharing my little jewelry area in my master bedroom. Recently, I moved my favorite pieces of jewelry from the bathroom to the dresser area in our master bedroom suite.

A while ago, I found this pretty pedestal dish at a garage sale for a couple of bucks. It’s beautiful when used for food like my cruditΓ© platter. Since I love repurposing things in my home, I decided to use it to hold some of my most worn accessories. It’s such a pretty dish and I hated seeing it just sitting on the shelf waiting for the next party. 


I’m a creature of habit so I usually wear the same earrings until I tire of them. I typically like to wear studs during the week and then dangly hoops on the weekends. I’m crazy like that. πŸ˜‰


The lip of the bowl holds all of the longer earrings while the actual dish holds my most worn studs and a few bracelets. 


Can you tell I lean heavily towards gold? #goldluvah I also have a bust that I use to hold a bunch of my bangles and bracelets. It’s funky and quirky just like me. I like to think outside the box when it comes to displaying my things. I love how the bust serves as decor but is functional too. I hung some of the bangles on the shoulder and then dangled a couple of other ones. Do you like how I added one on top of his head? Quirky I tell you! 


This display sits atop the dresser that I refinished a while ago for my master bedroom makeover.


My wedding rings, watch and my husband’s tie clips all sit together on top of the dresser. I think some items are best left in their original boxes. 



I hope my post gave you some ideas to think outside the box when it comes to displaying your jewelry. I don’t own a ton of jewelry but what I do own, I wear a lot! I have some other pieces in the bathroom but those aren’t worn as frequently. 

I hope you feel inspired to look through your own jewelry and find a way to display some of your favorite pieces. Thank you for joining me here and hope you come back soon! Be sure to find me on Facebook and Instagram.  I invite you to hop on over to Kim and Lacey’s blog, Styled With Lace and find even more inspiration! I am loving the ideas shared today. Don’t forget to share these ideas on Facebook or pin them on Pinterest so that you have them when you decorate your own space. 

Adding Glam to your Boudoir-pinnable

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    Classy Glam Living

    I love your pedestal dish and how you’ve repurposed it for your jewelry display! And those bracelets on the bust’s head make a nice crown 😁

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      Yuni Min

      Thanks so much sweet friend! The bust is definitely quirky but fun with his crown and all πŸ™‚

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    Oh Yuni! This is simply STUNNING, girl!! Love that pedestal dish and I can’t believe it was only a couple of dollars! It looks stunning against the gold. And #goldluvah LOL! I’m borrowing that….hilarious! I’m with you on that. I’ve wanted a bust as well. I found one of a woman a couple of years ago but she was showing too much cleavage and it freaked my kids out hahaha. And then my husband said he felt like she was looking at him in the middle of the night LOL!!!!!! Yours is perfect though. Brilliant post in every way. Thanks so much for sharing with us and being a part of this!

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      Yuni Min

      Thanks so much for hosting, Summer!! That’s hilarious!! Thanks for thinking of such a fun idea to share with my readers. I loved everyone’s ideas so much πŸ™‚

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    Kim Hazel

    Loving all your display ideas!! Love using vintage dishes and what a steal you got!! So beautiful!!!

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      Yuni Min

      Thank you so much, Kim! I love finding thrifted antiques and vintage treasures!

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    Lacey (

    Really loving your simple displays! Very elegant and effortless!!

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      Yuni Min

      Thank you so much, Lacey! Now, if only I could get my kids to give me their bedroom to use as a dressing room πŸ˜‰

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