The 10 Best Armoires

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This wiki has been updated 2 times since it was first published in May of 2020. Whether you need some extra space to store clothing and shoes or you a spot to keep all your rings and necklaces, an armoire might be just the right choice for you. These pieces of furniture come with shelves, cubbies, or hanging rods to keep your things neat and orderly. They are available in various styles to complement your room's decor, and at prices to meet most budgets. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best armoire on Amazon.

10. Homeroots Two Door

9. Palace Imports Wardrobe

8. Tiny Times Standing Closet

7. George & Danis Organizer

6. Sauder Computer Armoire

5. Aoou Jewelry Cabinet

4. Evolur Aurora

3. Hives & Honey Jewelry Armoire

2. Sauder Harbor View

1. Palace Imports Armoire

Special Honors

West Elm Mid-Century Armoire This high-quality piece of furniture is rather expensive, as it is crafted from kiln-dried eucalyptus and engineered wood, and has an acacia wood veneer. It also has adjustable shelves and a full length mirror on the interior door. westelm.com

Editor's Notes

June 04, 2020:

If you already have a great platform bed or even a bedroom set, then maybe it's time to purchase an armoire. The earliest forms of armoires were simple chests that usually stored clothing and sat at the foot of a bed. Their design has come a long way, and now there are many different options and styles to choose from. They are associated with royalty as those were the only people who had more than a few items. Now you can feel royal by adding one to your home.

In our list we have included two main types of armoires, one for storing jewelry and necklaces, and the other for keeping clothing, shoes, and other bedroom or household items.

If you are looking for something simple and refined that has enough storage to keep one person's wardrobe, then the Homeroots Two Door and the Palace Imports Wardrobe are some great pieces. The latter offers sliding doors to avoid taking up more space.

If you have a child or a baby who needs some extra clothing space, check out the George & Danis Organizer and the Evolur Aurora. They both have fun designs that will look great and add storage and utility to any kid's room.

Finally, the Palace Imports Armoire is great for couples or people looking for a large amount of extra wardrobe space. The piece has 3 sliding doors and comes in a variety of finishes.

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Last updated on June 07, 2020 by Jack Mclennan

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