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Mirrored Jewelry Box

Updated on June 7, 2013
Finley Home Mina Mirrored Jewelry Box
Finley Home Mina Mirrored Jewelry Box | Source

Treasure Trove

Jewelry boxes are the perfect companions for your treasured and beautiful jewelry items. Other than jewelry, they are also used for keeping other precious items that are valuable to you. A jewelry box is like a personal treasure trove where you can store small but invaluable treasures.

Up to a couple of decades ago, owning jewelry boxes was regarded as a status symbol. The rich and famous were known to collect a number of expensive jewelry boxes to store expensive accessories and ornaments. Some of these boxes are now collectors' items. But times and circumstances have changed, and so have the use and significance of jewelry boxes. With jewelry being more popular and common, a jewelry box is a standard household item. But it is still regarded as significant and valuable for many.

Elegant Mirror Jewelry Boxes
Elegant Mirror Jewelry Boxes | Source

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Mirror Jewelry Boxes

Some of the most popular materials used for jewelry boxes are glass, metal and wood. For the last couple of years, jewelry boxes made out of marble have became more popular.

However, have you considered mirrored jewelry boxes ?

Tip

You might want to keep your mirrored jewelry box out of the reach of children. Even though they very useful and attractive, they can also call for a good deal of maintenance in order to keep the glass clean.

You most likely don't want to devote a lot of time cleaning away fingerprints to keep its beauty. If kids don't have access to the jewelry box, you can likely get away with cleaning it maybe one time per week.

Why We Love Mirrored Furniture

Any mirrored décor pieces you choose for your house will have 2 big advantages :

  • they make any room look bigger
  • they fit with any décor


The best way to enhance the class and elegance of any room in the house, is adding a piece of mirrored furniture. Mirrored furniture improves the appeal of a room, and will change the whole experience and feel of a space because of the way that it reflects light. It can also add light to a darker room, and can undoubtedly make a small area appear and feel a lot larger than it actually is.

Mirrored furniture and mirrored items are very useful. They will complement nearly all other types of furniture that you already have, including both traditional and modern. They are complementary to all colors, since it basically enhances whatever color is used in the room. In addition, mirrored items like a night table, mirrored chest, or mirrored jewelry box can become a central object in virtually any room in the home.

Powell Mirrored Jewelry Armoire with Silver Wood
Powell Mirrored Jewelry Armoire with Silver Wood

18 x 12 x 40.5 inches

Since mirrors are meant to reflect their surroundings, this jewelry box will certainly attract the room and highlight its positive features.

You can see when clicking on the picture how the sides open up to hang your necklaces.

 

Standing Mirrored Jewelry Armoire

If the jewelry collection is considerable, you may want to take into consideration an armoire or chest. A jewelry armoire is generally 14 to 20 inches in high. They are usually made from wood and leather and are frequently hand-made.

However, you can certainly find some mirror jewelry cabinets too. Several of these chests may have different storage compartments, drawers and a mirror lid on top. Usually you can find affordable jewelry armoires starting at $75.

If your jewelry collection is sizable, you should think about a standing mirrored jewelry armoire.

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      5 years ago from Riverton, KS, USA

      Beautiful! Lots of good information! I love these!

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