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Store your favorite serving pieces. It is certainly nice to have a separate area for your most loved pitchers, trays and bowls. By setting them aside, you lower the risk of breaking your favorite piece since the items aren't in the cabinets you shuffle through daily.
p.s. Am I the only one who can't find a good place to store tall pitchers? I think I've found my answer.
Add visual interest. Leave the doors open to show off a favorite collection, or choose an armoire with see-through doors. The best part is that you can close the doors to protect your treasured items when little ones are around.
Replace a closet. This large wardrobe is a beautiful alternative to the common closet, and what's more, it already has shelves inside. Store your socks and sweaters in baskets rather than traditional drawers and hangers to keep things organized.
Stash items for entertaining. It's nice to have additional storage if you enjoy hosting get-togethers. A hutch provides enough space to collect your napkins, tablecloths and serving pieces in one place, alleviating the stress of pre-party searches through cabinets and drawers.
Fill a void corner. If you are having a difficult time working with the corner of a room, consider a tall and narrow armoire like this one.
Tip: Because things are typically squared off in living spaces, it may be helpful to offset another piece of furniture as well. Move things around until you find a layout that works best!
Add to existing symmetry. This large piece of furniture feels right at home nestled between the mimicking windows. The use of symmetry is softened by the collection of various baskets and the frame to the side.
Add warmth to your space. This armoire is stained in a beautiful harvest tone, which instantly lends warmth to the room. Consider adding wooden furniture if you are looking to do the same.
Have you considered an armoire or hutch lately? What would you use it for if you had one?
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