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Jewelry Armoires:

Do your necklaces end up tangled because you store them on a tray? Do you lose earrings because you do not have a good spot to store them? Are your favorite rings getting lost because you do not have a special place to put them? Is it challenging to find your favorite jewelry pieces because you do not remember where you placed them? If you answer yes to any of these questions, it is time to purchase a jewelry armoire.

Unless you have enough jewelry to justify a major closet renovation, one of our Chasing Treasure jewelry armoires will do the job for you. Our jewelry armoires are designed hold every rings, earrings, necklaces, beads, bracelets, and more. They are quite different from the pretty, musical jewelry boxes with the spinning ballerina.

The word “armoire” is a French word that was first used to name the cabinet that stored “arms.” Now, the term is used to describe any large cabinet that includes several drawers and shelves on the inside. They are used to hold clothing, jewelry, televisions, computers, and also guns. They come in nearly every design style and the best ones can become family heirlooms.

At Chasing Treasure, we have jewelry armoires to fit every need, budget, and style. Many of our pieces are designed to be passed down through generations. They come in different types of wood, different sizes, and with different interior features.

Several of our jewelry armoires have the unique character that comes with solid wood. They come in real wood like comfortable maple, classic oak, warm walnut, expressive cherry, rich mahogany, modern teak, artistic burlwood, and swirled bubinga. These different woods are accented with complimentary fixtures and engravings.

Some of our armoires have paint finishes that give particular styles. From antiqued finishes to clean, simple paint finishes, we have styles that fit all home decors. Our armoires finished in black can look modern and contemporary, while some fit nicely with boho and country styling. The white armoires fit perfectly with cottage styling, as well as contemporary styles - it all depends on the cuts of the accents and the design of the findings.

When you are ready to choose your armoire, you should consider where you plan to place the piece of furniture. It is a good idea to measure how much space you have and to think about how you want to feature it in your room. Will it be placed in a closet or will you feature it prominently in your room?

You should also consider how much jewelry and why types of jewelry you plan to store in your armoire. Some armoires have more spaces for necklaces and beads that others; so if you have a large collection of longer pieces, it is important to look at the storage capacities of our selection. Other armoires are more drawers and spots for smaller items.

If you have any questions about selecting an armoire, we encourage you to contact us for assistance.

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