Roesia Merle. Jewelry Armoire. October 28th , 2017.
Jewelry not only needs to be kept in an organized manner but it also needs to be handled with abundant care. If it is not carefully handled, you may run the risk of damaging your expensive jewelry. Hence it is important that you must exercise caution and care when you are placing and removing from your ornaments from the armoires. Since an armoire will be an essential part of your room, you need to ensure that it complements the other furniture in your room. Based on the décor of your room you may opt for either a traditional or a modern jewelry armoire.
The prized possession of most women is definitely their jewelry collection. They dearly cherish their necklaces, chains, rings etc and are always concerned about their safety and storage. It is here that an armoire would come in pretty handy to organize these ornaments. Traditionally "armoires" which is French for "chest" were meant to be large storage units. These were used to store all kinds of items from clothes to accessories, vessels, etc. Over time, artisans started crafting finer versions which were then used to store jewelry items.
Just like any wood furniture, a wood jewelry armoire will look lovely in any corner, surface or wall. Beyond aesthetics, they seamlessly complement the demand of every piece with ample level of care and protection. It is durable enough to last a lifetime. Its elegant and tough design and construction sure meets your equally profound taste for jewelry. Overall, a wood jewelry armoire makes a fine gift or personal investment.
If soft decor is what your home needs then a pine jewelry armoire is the ideal choice. The soft cream finish gives an exotic feel for your jewelry armoire. Oak jewelry cases are also popular especially where a woody finish is desired. These are available in white oak as well as red oak finish wherever desired. Finally maple finished jewelry armoires are a sought after accessory in homes where a natural color tone is desired. It adds to the decor by providing a warm feel to the furniture.
If you happen to own heirloom jewelry . Or those that have been handed down from your great grandmother to your grandma then to your mother, and so on; then you would definitely need a Jewelry armoire to keep the antique pieces safe. Because of the nature of the design of vintage jewelry , they tend to be densely studded with precious stones. The setting of these stones can get lose due to time and the stones can fall out. This process is aggravated when the stones come in constant contact with sharp edged objects like other jewelry of a similar make. With a Jewelry armoire, these richly studded pieces can be made to lie down flat by themselves so that they do not come into contact with other pieces. Another piece of jewelry that needs delicate care is those that are made out of Pearls. Pearls are softer than other precious stones and metals. A jewelry armoire can effectively protect pearls by allowing storage space for pearls alone making the incidence of scratching rare and least likely.
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