Friday, December 2, 2011

A Few Lovely Armoires

Another week draws to a close. Christmas is drawing nearer and I really need to do some shopping! A friend asked me if I was done my Christmas shopping the other day, and I was embarassed to say that I hadn't even started. Starting to feel the crunch.

Anyway, here's a little round up for you of some pretty armoires (or perhaps you call them wardrobes). Armoires are the perfect storage solution. Generally cheaper than built-ins, moveable (more flexibility), and good looking!

These ultra glamorous armoires from Shine by SHO may be a little over the top, but I do like 'em.




The curvy detail on the fronts of these pieces is gorgeous!



Gate Amoire by Dwell Studio; Elisabeth Entertainment Unit by Oly Studio

Warm wood tones and clean lines... perfect modern armoires.




Paneled Armoire from West Elm; Parker Amoire by Oly Studio


Here's a fabulous-looking, budget-friendly option ($400). Small price but big style!




Julia Amoire at Home Decorators


And here's my pick for the wardrobe most eligible for an IKEA hack. Take this basic piece from IKEA...


And reimagine it to look something like this...

Armoire by Suzanne Kasler

A little crown moulding, feet, brass hardware, perhaps a little paint and you've got yourself a really lovely, high-end looking piece! Oh, the possibilities.

And just to squeeze in a few more, there's the antique amoire that looks so fresh and pretty with a coat of white paint...


And this mirrored armoire is good too!


Hope you have a most enjoyable weekend, friends. Thanks for reading!

-Sarah

Antique amoire via pinterest; mirrored amoire via decorpad

3 comments:

  1. Sure, they look nice, but I have a hard time imagining that you could get into Narnia through any of them.

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  2. These are GORGEOUS!! AND I haven't started my christmas shopping either. I am SOOOO far behind and its stressing me out!!

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  3. To be sure your television will fit, remember that televisions are measured corner to corner by screen size whereas television armoire dimensions tend to be expressed in terms of length, width and depth.

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