Photo Attribution: ebayTraditionally, French style armoires were used to hang or store clothing because European homes of days gone by did not have those functional areas we call "closets". While spacious closets are the norm today, armoires continue to delight lovers of French style who want to add a bit of old world romanticism to their bedroom.
Photo Attribution: Found on Belgian Pearls BlogspotThis spectacular Dutch armoire with a heavily distressed patina finish is truly the focal point of this dining area. Armoires are increasingly popular as buffet cabinets to store china, linens, silver and other dining room essentials behind the beautiful doors of an elegant armoire.
Photo Attribution: Hvitur Lakkris blogAn armoire in the guest room is perfect for storing extra linens while also offering some drawer space. And an armoire in the nursery serves a similar purpose - a beautiful decorative place to hang clothes and store bedding, diapers, toys and more.
Photo Attribution: Found on thisivyhouse.tumblr.comConsider all of the extra storage a vintage French armoire could bring by adding one in a bath room for storing linens, soaps and supplies.Armoires are also often used as media cabinets, and it is easy to see why. A large open space for the television and plenty of storage below for DVD's, cable boxes, sound equipment and more. For those who don't want their living room dominated by a flat screen TV, an attractive armoire might be the perfect solution. . There are so many ways to creatively use an armoire in your home. Not only do they add that functional storage we could all use a little more of, but they look beautiful doing it. No more clutter, just a lovely, organized working space behind closed doors. Painted, distressed, mirrored or stained wood, Belle Escape can help you find one that will fit nicely into your desired space. Then, let the creative juices flow!