We moved in June and I've finally just put together my little corner space. It feels so good to have a little spot for all my pretty things - I hate having them strewn all over the room or shoved in drawers and boxes where you can't see them. All the key pieces were either handed down to me or thrifted. The shelf I've hung all my necklaces from on the left is actually a vintage thimble holder (thanks to my boyfriend's mom for helping us figure out what it was supposed to be used for). It helps keep my favorite necklaces easily accessible and free from tangles. We bought that and the two other shelves at a thrift store for .99 - 1.99 each. The shoe shelf was a score for $5. It holds nine pairs of shoes and keeps them off the floor and out of their boxes for me to see. I also pushed a tack into the side of it so it can hold one of my purses. The round mirror was also a thrift find - for only $5 - I was expecting upwards of twenty dollars, but was thrilled to see the lower price. There is a tray on the dresser and one on the shoe shelf - they also help keep my jewelry organized. The one on the shoe shelf is a gorgeous mirrored tray - I love keeping my rings on it. Both trays were $1.99.
All these items were acquired over months and months of thrifting trips and everything else I had brought with me from my parent's house. Now that this set up is in place I hope to add more personal touches like photos, flowers, and other artwork.