Calandre. Jewelry Armoire. November 02nd , 2017.
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.
Do you find that you`re always losing your jewelry? Do you have more single earrings than pairs? If so it might be a good time to think about purchasing a jewelry armoire. A jewelry armoire is a wonderful addition to add to your furniture collection because not only does it help you to safely store your jewelry but it does so in a stylish manner. There are many beautiful different types of jewelry armoires available so when you make your decision on which jewelry armoire works for you it`s important that you know exactly what you will need in your new armoire. Here are a few important things that you need to remember when you`re choosing a jewelry armoire for your home.
Just like every other very important items you must keep track of, such as paperwork, bank statements, trinkets, seasonal décor and small pieces of clothing (to name only a few examples) there needs to be a specific place for you to store your jewelry. And (just as you put your clothes in the hamper when they are dirty and subsequently, put them back in the closet or dresser when they are clean) a designated storage space will provide you with the ability to know exactly where your jewelry is whenever you are not wearing it.
If you have ever lost an expensive piece of jewelry (whether you ever fond it again or whether you did not) you know the panic of misplacing something especially precious, or at least extremely costly, to you. However, when there is a designated place created especially to help you to really keep track of and provide storage for your most precious jewels, jewelry and other accessories, it can be an incredible relief.
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.
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