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Wicker Armoire

Wicker and Walnut Armoire by American of Martinsville
By American of Martinsville
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This large armoire by American of Martinsville features woven wicker panels paired with rich walnut for a unique look. Please confirm item location with seller (NY/NJ).
Category

Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Wicker, Walnut

Maitland Smith Asian Chippendale Bamboo Wicker Wardrobe Armoire Bar Cabinet
By Maitland Smith
Located in Lake Worth, FL
For FULL item description be sure to click on CONTINUE READING at the bottom of this listing. Offering One Of Our Recent Palm Beach Estate Fine Furniture Acquisitions Of A 2 Pie...
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Vintage 1970s Chinoiserie Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Faux Bamboo, Wood, Wicker

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Restored Museum Quality Stacked Rattan Armoire, circa 1930
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Museum quality stacked rattan armoire featuring a single closet space with four large drawers for storage. The armoire features a stacked rattan body with mahogany counter tops adorn...
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Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Brass

Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
By Dal Vera
Located in Ottenburg, BE
Very elegant mid century cabinet manufactured by Dal Vera. Beautifully made, lovely brass handles and great vintage look. 2 doors and 5 drawers offer plenty of storage space. ...
Category

Vintage 1960s Italian Bohemian Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Brass

  • Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
  • Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
  • Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
  • Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
H 35.44 in. W 60.24 in. D 18.12 in.
Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
By Dal Vera
Located in Ottenburg, BE
Very elegant mid century cabinet manufactured by Dal Vera. Beautifully made, lovely brass handles and great vintage look. Good condition. 1960s - Italy Stamped at the bac...
Category

Vintage 1960s Italian Bohemian Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Brass

  • Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
  • Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
  • Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
  • Wicker and Bamboo Cabinet by Dal Vera, 1960s
H 29.53 in. W 48.43 in. D 18.51 in.
Wicker and Bamboo Chest of Drawers by Dal Vera, 1960s
By Dal Vera
Located in Ottenburg, BE
Very elegant midcentury chest of drawers manufactured by Dal Vera featuring 4 drawers. Beautifully made, lovely brass handles and great vintage look. Good condition. 1960s, ...
Category

Vintage 1960s Italian Bohemian Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Brass

French 1930s Clothes Rack Stand
Located in Copenhagen K, DK
Elegant yet fun and eye-catching vintage French outwerwear stand, from circa 1930s in a lovely Art Deco style. Charmingly designed with painted bamboo rods and a built-in holder for ...
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Early 20th Century French Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Wicker, Rattan

  • French 1930s Clothes Rack Stand
  • French 1930s Clothes Rack Stand
  • French 1930s Clothes Rack Stand
  • French 1930s Clothes Rack Stand
H 78.75 in. W 39.77 in.
Vintage Woven Wicker Veneered Armoire
Located in Jacksonville, FL
Large bamboo and woven wicker armoire features large storage spaces with clothes rods as well as 4 drawers. Bamboo detailing along all edges. Good condition other than crack on back ...
Category

Vintage 1970s Hollywood Regency Cabinets

Materials

Bamboo, Wood

  • Vintage Woven Wicker Veneered Armoire
  • Vintage Woven Wicker Veneered Armoire
  • Vintage Woven Wicker Veneered Armoire
  • Vintage Woven Wicker Veneered Armoire
H 71 in. W 41.5 in. D 23.5 in.
Wicker and Bamboo Chest of Drawers by Dal Vera, 1960s
By Dal Vera
Located in Ottenburg, BE
Very elegant mid century chest of drawers manufactured by Dal Vera featuring 4 drawers. Beautifully made, lovely brass handles and great vintage look. Good condition. 1960s ...
Category

Vintage 1960s Italian Bohemian Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Brass

Antique Canvas Travel Trunk
Located in Houston, TX
Antique travel trunk found in France. The trunk is covered in waterproofed canvas with sturdy wooden braces on the bottom. The exterior features restored leather corner caps, heavy l...
Category

Early 20th Century French Wardrobes and Armoires

Materials

Leather, Canvas, Wicker

  • Antique Canvas Travel Trunk
  • Antique Canvas Travel Trunk
  • Antique Canvas Travel Trunk
  • Antique Canvas Travel Trunk
H 22 in. W 44.5 in. D 22 in.
1920's American Wicker Chest or Small Armoire
Located in Atlanta, GA
his is a wonderful piece of Americana. The chest was considered part of a Layette. The door opens to a hanging rack that pulls out for easy access. The pulls are glass and original....
Category

Early 20th Century American Cabinets

Materials

Wood, Paint, Reed

  • 1920's American Wicker Chest or Small Armoire
  • 1920's American Wicker Chest or Small Armoire
  • 1920's American Wicker Chest or Small Armoire
  • 1920's American Wicker Chest or Small Armoire
H 41.5 in. W 35 in. D 17.5 in.

Wicker Armoire For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic wicker armoire available at 1stDibs. A wicker armoire — often made from natural fiber, bamboo and rattan — can elevate any home. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect wicker armoire — we have versions that date back to the 20th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. Each wicker armoire bearing Art Deco, Hollywood Regency or Mid-Century Modern hallmarks is very popular. Dal Vera and American of Martinsville each produced at least one beautiful wicker armoire that is worth considering.

How Much is a Wicker Armoire?

A wicker armoire can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $2,001, while the lowest priced sells for $1,350 and the highest can go for as much as $9,200.

Finding the Right Wardrobes and Armoires for You

When shopping for antique and vintage wardrobes and armoires for your home, there are several things to keep in mind, not least of which is question number 1: What is the difference between an armoire and a wardrobe?

The difference between an armoire and a wardrobe is actually simple: An armoire is merely an ornate wardrobe. A wardrobe is a tall, streamlined storage cabinet that usually has some combination of drawers, shelves and hanging rods. Antique and vintage armoires, on the other hand, are freestanding, heavy wooden structures that typically feature decorative metal hinges and pictorial carvings. Armoires are large cabinets that aren’t outfitted with the varied storage features that wardrobes now commonly have. Armoires often have one or two doors and a hanging bar and allow for quick access. Whether a minimalist mid-century modern wardrobe or grandiose Victorian-era armoire is the right fit for you, both are highly functional furnishings and can be a smart storage solution.

Armoires have been around since medieval times, and initially they may have housed weapons and armor. In their early days, armoires were often adorned with elaborate carvings and lavish paintings, particularly in Renaissance-era France. During the 18th century and later, armoires were widely known as “presses” for hanging clothes, and they were so large that they swallowed up the room where they stood. In today’s modern homes, an antique armoire can be a striking, architectural work of art amid comparably unadorned furnishings. Whether you’re using your piece in the kitchen for cookware or as a food pantry, in the bedroom for clothes or in the living room as a media console, it will likely become a lovable focal point.

The evolution of the armoire can be seen in today’s corner wardrobes, which may rest on an asymmetrical base to account for corner placement, and even mirrored wardrobes, which feature a mirror affixed to the inside panel of one of the doors for convenience. Contemporary wardrobes commonly feature additional sliding trays and drawers and hanging space for clothing or linens, and the cabinet doors make them ideal for concealing televisions and computer monitors when such devices aren’t in use.

When choosing the right wardrobe or vintage armoire for your home, it’s good to have the following in mind: What are you planning to store in it? How much of what you’re storing will need to be housed in it? It should be big enough to accommodate your needs. What is the size of the room where your wardrobe or armoire will live? A large new piece of furniture in a modest space can easily become a hindrance if you have to navigate your way around it during your daily routine, so be mindful of the area you'll need in order to move freely.

Whether you are looking for an antique walnut armoire or a simple contemporary wardrobe, find the right piece for your home today on 1stDibs.

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