Jewelry Armoire. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 09:54:49 AM
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.
Depending on your home decor, there are many types of jewelry armoires to choose from. A Cherry finish in a jewelry armoire is desirable when rich red decor is the norm at home. Most retailers offer cherry finish in light, medium and the classic Queen Anne cherry. Specialty armoires are usually custom made and depending on the consumers` needs are tailored to hang on walls as well. Where security is a prime concern, locked jewelry armoires are also available.
Besides mirrors, another very stylish innovation is armoires which double up as photo frames. From a distance, you just wouldn`t be able to tell that the frame is a jewelry armoire. Although limited in size and storage capacity, these armoires can add a very elegant touch to your wall while at the same time also provide you with a storage unit.
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