Jewelry Armoire. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 09:33:53 AM
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.
When you go shopping for a jewelry armoire, look for lined drawers or compartments so your precious jewelry is not tarnished or scratched in any way. Additional requirements include extra space in lower compartments that allow for storage of larger jewelry pieces and/or accessories. Built-in mirrors are a nice addition to a jewelry armoire as they are convenient when putting on jewelry.
When you have a jewelry armoire, you can arrange your precious items accordingly. The armoire would be spacious enough to let bracelets and chokers lie freely on a non abrasive surface. Depending on the type of the armoire, it could let a necklace hang so that there will be no damage and friction between two pieces. Because you have better access to your jewelry you can save time instead of rummaging through your stacks of necklaces and rings, bracelets and others. With the armoire sitting comfortably in a corner of your room you can save yourself the trouble brought about by a cluttered dresser top. It has also been proven that you lessen the risk of losing jewelry pieces because you have misplaced them in one way or another because of the clutter. As a result having a Jewelry armoire allows you to have what you need right at your fingertips.
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