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What comes to your mind when you think of an “armoire”? For me, it recalls a 17th-18th century French royal bedroom with highly elevated ornaments, furniture, and decoration. Is this what comes to your mind too? If so, you are right in a sense, but we will come back to that later.
Armoire is most commonly, just like a regular wardrobe, used for storing clothes in bedrooms. However, there are specific differences between an armoire and a wardrobe. In this article, we will go through the questions; what is an armoire? What are the differences between a wardrobe and an armoire? The evolution of armoire and lastly the uses for an armoire.
We can answer the question “how to spell armoire?” before making the armoire definition. Armoire is pronounced as ärm-ˈwär. Then, what is an armoire (ärm-ˈwär)? Armoire is a tall free-standing cabinet with two doors that usually hide shelves and sometimes drawers.
Armoire is moveable and mostly contains a hanging space for clothes. Like other cupboards or storage units, the armoire came into existence due to a basic need: storage space. The tricky thing here is what people used to store in an armoire when it was first invented.