Cherry jewelry armoire – Crowded central areas build higher buildings to make the most of the limited space. A long jewelry armoire can give you the room you need to store your keepsake jewelry without taking up all the space on your chest of drawers, armoire or vanity. You can use high jewelry armoire to keep gems jewelry without pieces brushing against each other. Once everything is organized, it becomes much easier to take care of your valuable favorites.
12 Photos Gallery of: Making Cherry Jewelry Armoire
Sand all wood pieces of cherry jewelry armoire using rough, medium, fine and finally extra fine sandpaper. Line the two pieces of one-inch times 1 inch x 6 inch cherry for the feet evenly with the edges of the bottom piece 1/2-inch by12-inch x 6 inch cherry. Drill 1/16 inch arrow holes in the positions shown in the diagram. Screw the pieces together using 1/8 inch diameter, 3/4 inch long brass wood screws. Lay the base on its side. Apply the carpenter’s glue for each short narrow edge of two 1/2 inch of 15-inch of 6-inch cherry wood sides.
Put each piece on its long narrow edge and butt 1/2 inch by 12-inch with 6-inch cherry top and base against them, making all edges and corners flush. You now have a glued together, footed cherry jewelry armoire without front or back. Drill 1/16 inch pilot hole in the positions shown in the diagram. Screw the pieces together using 1/8 inch diameter, 3/4 inch long brass wood screws for the top and 1/8 inch diameter, 2-inch long brass wood screws for the bottom. The dots along the feet represent screw positions from a side view. The actual mounting position goes along the center line of the bottom of the feet.