About this item
Store your jewelry in style with the shabby-chic Cabby Jewelry Armoire from Hives & Honey. The beautiful armoire features a gorgeous turquoise wood frame, complemented by an antique finish that brightens any space. The 2 French-style doors with bronze hardware open to reveal seven divided drawers, 16 necklace hooks and it’s fully lined in an attractive natural linen. Plus, the hinged lid opens up to a vanity mirror and extra space for rings and earrings.
Dimensions (Overall): 40 inches (H) x 19 inches (W) x 13.5 inches (D)
Weight: 65 pounds
Material: Furniture Hardware: Wood
Item Number (DPCI): 249-09-3152
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Most recent reviews
Nice but pricey
3 out of 5 stars
jewlsss — 4 months ago
This is a nice piece of furniture but not sure it's worth the money. It came packaged nicely and there was no damage. It holds all of my jewelry nicely and has multiple different sized boxes for earrings what not. One leg fell off because the anchor screw was not secured properly. The mirror lid a...see moreof the reviewer's review
5 out of 5 stars
Jules — 1 year ago
Loved the jewelry but didn't realize it was short. Can't use mirror unless I set down. I also received the free bracelet but is was so small that it would fit an infant. My wrist size is 7.5 inches. I was kind of disappointed in that.
5 out of 5 stars
Kerry — 1 year ago
I looked through many jewelry armoires before purchasing this one. I wanted the "pop of color" but was unsure if the door design was too plain. I decided to take a chance and absolutely love it. It has ample storage and the distressing is just the perfect amount. I had a little bit of a hard time de...see moreof the reviewer's review
4 out of 5 stars
Gypsy — 2 years ago
Top mirrored lid came with what I thought was damage. Instead of a well worn look it had perfectly circular areas without paint equally spaced apart on top of it. Messaged the company and I received a form letter response about each piece being uniquely "distressed" and its all part of the process. ...see moreof the reviewer's review