If you pick up next month's issue (July) of This Old House when it comes out you will see my little project on page 18! This was from a whole room makeover I did last summer for my cousin Makenzie when she turned 10 years old. You can see her full room transformation HERE!
They loved the idea of using a frame to display jewelry on the wall and using found and mis-matched hooks to hang each item. The frame was from an antique store and the hooks were form Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters. I would love to collect them from Architectural Salvage and antique stores in the future, but the project timeline didn't allow me to accumulate a collection of found objects for this specific project. Here's the tiny little blurb and photo below in the upper right corner below:
Minor detail: It was actually my cousin's room I redesigned (not my niece) but she's so much younger than me she feels like my niece!
Another friend saw the jewelry display I did for Makenzie and wanted one too. She bought the frame and hooks (many from Hobby Lobby) and I put it up for her.
Side note: If you use knobs (that are meant for drawer pulls with a screw end) you need to put a drywall anchor into the wall first that the knob can screw into to be secure. Hooks usually have holes for screws or nails to go through. If you hit a stud it's easy, if not, I used drywall anchors again just so it wouldn't ever rip out of the wall.