Jewelry Armoire. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 09:36:59 AM
Since most modern armoires are inspired by the traditional armoires, you will tend to find them in dark wood finishes. Oak and Cherry are quite popular. If you look diligently you might find some intricately carved jewelry cabinets in antique stores, however the modern jewelry armoire will be most likely comprising of fine lines and straight edges giving it a sleek and modern look.
A jewelry armoire has separate compartments, drawers and side doors as well as a mirror. It is the ideal place to store all those delicate family heirlooms. Space is not a concern when you own a jewelry armoire as it can contain antique brooches, necklaces, earrings and even wedding rings in separate and neatly divided drawers or compartments.
There are many options available on the market right now that may be absolutely, as well as practically, perfect for your currently less than stellar jewelry storage situation. One of these methods (which is my personal favorite, by the way) is to store your jewelry in an elegant piece of furniture, the armoire. Armoires designed for jewelry storage are plentiful in size and often accommodate plenty of space set up especially for easy access to your jewelry, small heirlooms, and other treasures.
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