Home ::  Shop By Type  ::  Armoires

Amish Armoires

Sort by: Product Price Sort direction Default

  • Addison Anywhere Armoire
    See details
    $2301.00
  • Boulder Creek Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1155.00
  • Bungalow 2 Door 2 Drawer Armoire
    See details
    $2182.00
  • Caledonia Armoire
    See details
    $1958.00
  • Caledonia Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1298.00
  • Charleston 2 Door 2 Drawer Armoire
    See details
    $2548.00
  • Classic Sleigh Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1286.00
  • Clock Base Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1155.00
  • Flush Mission Jewelry Armoire with Lockable Door
    See details
    $1251.00
  • French Country Armoire
    See details
    $1793.00
  • Glacier Country Amoire
    See details
    $1521.00
  • Hamilton Court 2 Drawer 2 Door Armoire - one piece
    See details
    $1893.00
  • Heritage 2 Drawer 2 Door Armoire
    See details
    $1640.00
  • Hilltop 2 Door and 2 Drawers Armoire
    See details
    $1830.00
  • Homestead Amoire
    See details
    $1228.00
  • Jacobson 3 Drawer 2 Door Armoire - one piece
    See details
    $2174.00
  • Jewelry Armoire with Bun Feet & Brushed Nickel Hardware
    See details
    $1510.00
  • Large Clock Base Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1298.00
  • Large Flush Mission Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1131.00
  • Large Mission Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1048.00
  • Large Modesto Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1167.00
  • Large Queen Anne Jewelry Armoire
    See details
    $1048.00
  • Large Shaker Hill Jewlery Armoire
    See details
    $1211.00
  • Lexington Armoire
    See details
    $1896.00
 
Result pages: 1 2  Next page

An armoire is a standing closet for storing clothes. The most popular style of armoire we sell has two door and two drawers. Amish Furniture Factory offers a variety of handmade armoires, also known as wardrobes, available in differing styles, sizes and types. A more accurate definition of a wardrobe is an armoire without drawers, but having two large doors with storage shelves above and below the hanging rod.

Armoires have proven to be popular due to is unique blend versatile storage capacity. The two large doors at the top of the armoire offer ample room to store various types of clothing hanging from a rod, while storing folded, loose clothing pieces, or other dressing accessories on the bottom surface. This space can also have a series of pull out shelves for additional surface storage. The two drawers at the bottom of the armoires offer additional storage space for more folded or loose clothing pieces or dressing accessories. Other variations of the classic armoire are available, such as those with three or four drawers as opposed to two drawers.

The jewelry armoire is another popular type armoire design used for storing, as its name implies, jewelry. Jewelry armoires are commonly smaller in size and less costly than a full size armoire or wardrobe. The basic layout of a jewelry armoire consists of a series of vertically running drawers combined with two or more narrow doors on the side from which necklaces or chain type jewelry can be stored. Not all jewelry armoires have narrow side doors, but have vertically running drawers in their place.
Like most Amish furniture pieces,

Amish armoires and wardrobes are available in Mission, Shaker, Queen Anne, and Contemporary styles, or a blend of those styles. Historically, oak was the most popular wood type used in the construction of armoires and wardrobes, but today, walnut, maple, cherry, and hickory are used.

Go