Armoires & Chests

    1,032 Results

    Bentley Beveled Mirrored 3-Drawer ChestBentley Beveled Mirrored 3-Drawer Chest
    Midtown ChestMidtown Chest

    Apt2B

    Midtown Chest

    $1,103.30$1,298.00
    Location unknown
    Clifton ChestClifton Chest

    Apt2B

    Clifton Chest

    $1,443.30$1,698.00
    Location unknown
    Lawler ChestLawler Chest

    Apt2B

    Lawler Chest

    $1,910.80$2,248.00
    Location unknown
    Aiken ChestAiken Chest

    Apt2B

    Aiken Chest

    $1,443.30$1,698.00
    Location unknown
    Bandit Ave ChestBandit Ave Chest

    Apt2B

    Bandit Ave Chest

    $1,273.30$1,498.00
    Location unknown
    Westmont ChestWestmont Chest

    Apt2B

    Westmont Chest

    $1,443.30$1,698.00
    Location unknown
    Allister ChestAllister Chest

    Apt2B

    Allister Chest

    $1,443.30$1,698.00
    Location unknown
    Clara ChestClara Chest

    Apt2B

    Clara Chest

    $1,018.30$1,198.00
    Location unknown
    Lenox ChestLenox Chest

    Apt2B

    Lenox Chest

    $1,443.30$1,698.00
    Location unknown
    Solara ChestSolara Chest

    Apt2B

    Solara Chest

    $1,145.80$1,348.00
    Location unknown
    Vantage ChestVantage Chest

    Apt2B

    Vantage Chest

    $1,358.30$1,598.00
    Location unknown
    Malcolm ChestMalcolm Chest

    Apt2B

    Malcolm Chest

    $253.30$298.00
    Location unknown
    Augustine Small ChestAugustine Small Chest

    Apt2B

    Augustine Small Chest

    $763.30$898.00
    Location unknown
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    Getting dressed each morning is about more than just throwing clothes on and heading out the door; it’s about setting the tone for the rest of your day. Whether you have an important work meeting or are going on a casual stroll, your personal style tells a story about who you are. As such, it makes sense to need a place in your bedroom that keeps your clothing organized (and helps to preserve their longevity).

    When it comes to clothing storage, there are options beyond your traditional dresser. That’s where armoires and chests come in, and you may find that they appeal more to your interior aesthetic and preferences. Read on to learn more.

    An armoire is a tall cabinet most commonly used to store clothes; it typically features two doors with hanging space, shelves, and drawers. Centuries ago, armoires were traditionally used to store weapons and armor, and often showcased ornate carved designs. Today, there are iterations that can also be used as a media stand by placing your TV on a shelf within the cabinet. Though they are moveable, they also tend to be on the heavier side due to their sturdy nature. If you are looking for a regal piece of furniture that will add a luxurious feel to your room, then an armoire may be right for you.

    Used to store clothes, wardrobe armoires typically offer a hanging rods, shelves, and drawers; different styles may have different numbers of each.

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