Most of the armoires available on the market have everything you may need within their spacious drawers and compartments to keep your jewelry neatly organized and safely stored. All these taken into consideration, some armoire models and designs may not include some of the following:
Jewelry Armoire Drawer Dividers
These dividers are crafted from all sorts of materials and vary significantly in dimensions and designs, being able to fit perfectly into any drawer. They can be crafted from cardboard, plastic, wood, metal, and so on, but either type is right enough for organizing and storing your precious jewelry. If you want to avoid any damage, we recommend that you find some that have been covered in some fabric, if not in velvet, felt, cloth, or other softer materials that are specially used for jewelry.
You can either purchase them already crafted to the specifications of your jewelry armoire drawer, or make your own. There are numerous DIY tutorials out there that will meet your organizational requirements.
Jewelry Armoire Tray Inserts
Designed both for jewelry display cases and for organizing your valuables in drawers, tray inserts are the best option to help you separate and organize jewelry inside your drawers.
They can be compartmented into numerous sections, depending on each manufacturer’s design. The parts can be either squares or rectangles, squares being perfect for jewelry sets, earrings, necklaces, brooches, pendants, and so on. In contrast, rectangles are more appropriate for bracelets, watches, and necklaces. Some even come with both types of sections.
In what color is concerned, the most common you will find are black, gray, white, and beige. You can also find trays with various colors, such as purple, green. blue, red and so on, to ensure that they match your armoire, the interior of the drawer or simply to suit your personality.
In general, they are easy to remove, making this an advantage and a time saver when you want to study your jewelry up close and make the best choice to suit your outfit.
They can be either plain, made from foam or leather which is malleable, flocked plastic, or with a hard construction, such as wood covered in a soft fabric that makes them easy to stack on top of each other, perfect for when the depth of the drawer allows it.