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That’s when I made the decision then and there to shop for a jewelry armoire to keep everything organized and in one place – and it was one of the best decisions I ever made! I wanted a jewelry armoire because I knew that it would be bigger than a regular jewelry box, so it would be hard for me to misplace the actual armoire itself! Anyway, I learned a lot in the shopping process so I wanted to post a quick article with a couple tips for you to make your shopping experience easier.
Have a good idea where you want to put your new cabinet and measure accordingly. Some armoires are short, tall, wide or slender and it’s hard to calculate the space it requires just by looking. You don’t want to purchase a new piece of furniture and then have no place to put it! If you are ordering online, you can find the dimensions listed for all jewelry armoires that you find.
Calculate what size you will need by deciding what accessories and jewelry you plan on putting in the cabinet in advance. Also, be sure to allow room for additional accessories over the years so that you do not grow out of the unit that you choose.
That’s it for now! I hope this quick article helps you shop for your next jewelry armoire – and advance preparation is key. I plan to post a followup article at some point to give you more shopping ideas. Thanks for reading!
A jewelry armoire can be a beautiful, functional addition to any home or an exquisite gift for just about anyone. Be sure to compare quality, storage potential and functionality when you search for just the right jewelry armoire.
• “pupitre” which means “desk”
Before buying any jewelry armoire it is important to ensure about the color and size based on you existing furniture and the color of your room. Everyone wants to buy a wardrobe in a color that matches the color theme and design, which fits into the overall scheme of things.
You’ll find armoires made from several different types of wood, with the most popular being oak, maple and cherry.Depending on your style preference and budget, you can go for a solid wood or a wood finish. Solid wood armoires are going to be more expensive, but they also have more character and will increase in value over the years. Wood finishes, veneers and laminates, will be less expensive but they are also more prone to damage from scraping. A solid wood armoire will also have it’s wear and tear, but repairing and restoring them is much easier. For this type of furniture, one that can be handed down from generation to generation – you really don’t want to pass on quality and for the sake of your valuables – safety. It’s common for the armoires to come with lockable compartments.