Antique jewelry armoire – The boxes are in grocery stores and often hold the seasonal fruits like mandarins. This spacious jewelry armoire will provide an organized home for necklaces, bracelets and earrings, and will be an interesting addition to the bedroom, bathroom or built in wardrobe. Armoire, which can be built in just a few hours, would also make a thoughtful gift for a jewelry lover
Remove all paper labels from fruit boxes. Paint each box, inside and out, with black spray paint. Attach the drawers to each other on the long sides with glue gun. Cut a piece of black plastic screening to fit the back of both antique jewelry armoire with scissors. Staple screening on the back of the drawers with the staple gun. Attach 14 stick -on hooks around the upper inside of both drawers.
Measure the width and length of a box. Cut two pieces of ultra-suede to measure with a scissors. Attach each piece of ultra-suede to the upper front edge of each box with glue gun. Add a piece of decorative tape to the top edge with glue gun. Attach two stick -on hooks to the right and left back edges, halfway down, turn outwards. Pull the ultra-suede curtains to the hooks. Hang necklaces and bracelets from the inner antique jewelry armoire hooks. Slide hooks drop-style earrings in the screening hole between the box splitters.