Cherry Wood Computer Armoire for a Living Room or Home Office

by interior designer

in Furnishings

This computer armoire is an attractive, functional and very efficient item of furniture for the placement of home computers and related electrical equipment. Its appearance is similar to that of a traditional wardrobe but when opened up, it reveals storage areas and surfaces where computers, keyboards, printers and scanners can be situated with comfort and ease. Copious amounts of drawer space allow for the storage of documents, cables and software at arm’s reach.

Made from hardwoods and cherry wood veneers, this particular computer armoire is perfect for a room which needs a bold, confident and traditional item of furniture to match similar styled pieces that may already be present. Many people have their computer station in the main living room but complain that a computer desk is not a suitable decorative feature in this type of interior. The wooden armoire on the other hand, which is comfortable to sit at, is ideal and will look great in various living room interior design schemes, without taking up too much extra space.

The armoire comes with doors fitted so that the computer and other items within can be hidden from view when guests visit as well as being kept free from dust when not in use. A retractable keyboard shelf at a comfortable height can be drawn in or out depending on circumstances. There are enough compartments for most computer accessories to be placed including printers, gaming consoles and speakers. The armoire in many ways combines the classical furniture style of the previous couple of centuries with the modern computer age and the designs associated with exciting electronic developments. It’s certainly going to be a positive new design element in a living room, dining room, bedroom or home office.

You can buy it from here: DMi Antigua Wood Computer Armoire in Cherry

Includes a CPU compartment with CD rack.

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