Armoires and Wardrobe cabinets

Armoires

A collection of freestanding furniture that is built to provide you with storage space for clothing, linens, and various household items.

Versatile storage

All of our armoires offer a mix of functionality and style, meeting storage needs while contributing to the overall design of a room. They can be adapted for different purposes of use, sized to suit the available space, adding or removing accents and accessories to complement your d├ęcor. In addition, the storage features can be customized according to your needs.

Teak wardrobe

Teak wood

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Looking for classic oriental furniture style? The teak wardrobe cabinet along with other opium furniture collections brings a vintage oriental feel to any room you furnish. The cabinet features compartments enclosed by  3 doors, on top of 3 drawers compartments. Supported by four bending legs.

French provincial armoire

Mahogany wood

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The Provincial armoire features a large compartment with several adjustable height shelves and wooden hanger enclosed by 2 doors. The piece handcrafted of mahogany solid wood into a classic bonnet top cabinet, decorated with molding crown and rice carving.

Teak armoire 3 doors

Teak wood

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Looking for a large storage in your bedroom? Our teak armoire 3 doors will provide you a spacious storage with it 3 doors compartment. The piece is made of teak wood harvested from state-owned teak plantation in Java, handcrafted using traditional solid wood furniture construction and joinery.

Colonial armoire rattan doors pocket system

Teak wood

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The colonial rattan armoire handcrafted of teak wood accented with rattan wicker paneled doors. The armoire features two compartments, a large compartment with a wooden hanger fitted inside on top of a small compartment with a wooden shelf. Each compartment enclosed by two rattan wicker doors.

Dutch Flanders cupboard

Mahogany wood

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The Dutch Flanders cupboard is one of the renaissance period furniture piece that stands strong and look fully prepared to face the next few decades. The piece identified by thick raised panels with molding edges central decoration. Crowned with large molding on the top most, the cupboard stand firm with large bun feet on the floor.

French chateau armoire

Mahogany wood

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Rococo chateau armoire 3 mirrored doors made of solid mahogany wood. Curves top raised at the center, cresting with original rococo carving decorations. Small doors on the left and right side, large and wide mirror center.

Evolved from armor storage

The term "armoire" is of French origin, specifically from the Old French word "armoire", which means "chest for storing arms". In this context, "arm" refers to weapons, armor, and military equipment. The term originates from the Middle Ages when cabinets were originally designed and used to store weaponry and armor.

Over time, as homes and living spaces changed, armoires moved from primarily storing military equipment to becoming furniture used to store clothes, linens, household items, and more.

The name "armoires" continues to be used because of its historical association with storage, but its meaning has broadened to cover a wider range of storage purposes. Today, an armoire is generally understood as a tall, upright, freestanding piece of furniture with drawers, shelves, and compartments for storage.