Keeping Your Jewelery Safe at Home

Whether you’ve got piles of bling stacked at home, or just a few ones that’s been passed down from generations, you’d always want to keep all of them safe. Precious and luxurious jewelery isn’t something you wear everyday (unless you’re a celebrity or members of the royal family or something), but only on special occasions where you choose to look your best. Losing them is a great loss, especially if it carries a sentimental value or you’ve spent a significant amount of money to buy it. The most tricky jewels are earrings, because they’re small and could get lost even as you wear them! However, the safest you’d store your jewels is at home, possibly in your bedroom. Here’s how you can create the safest space for your jewels at home.

Cover in Locked Boxes

A lot of jewelry came with their own boxes when you get them. They might not be locked, but they are hefty and heavy, and will create a plopping sound when opened and closed. This means that whenever someone else opens or closes it, you’ll be able to hear it right away, if you’re close. Another option is to get locked boxes to store your jewelry. A lot of these boxes are sold in jewelry stores now, and it comes with a key that you get to hide anywhere you want. The most common locked jewelry boxes are for rings, because many people cherish their rings the most, especially wedding rings that could cost a fortune if resold.

Sealed Storage

Another option is to get tass floor boxes as a sealed storage for your jewelry. Granted, they don’t look the prettiest, yet they are incredibly safe. No one would assume that you keep jewelry down there. And you can even keep other precious things as well, such as emergency money, expensive watches, etc. These boxes are meant to withstand any kind of storage, which means you can hide it under your floor and it won’t budge. Often, people would store precious things in a wooden box and store it somewhere that gets no sunlight, the wood will decay and pests will make their way in. You’ll find your jewels covered in dirt and ants, which is not the best way to maintain their luxurious looks.