Preston Ridge ArmoireItem#: HN-HOOK470
- Crafted from quality hardwood solids and veneers
- Traditional antique European style
- Black finish with a rub-through and gold accents
- Clothing rod, 2 shelves, and 2 drawers
- 48L x 24W x 83.625H inches
The Hooker Furniture Preston Ridge Armoire has a bold look, with a black finish rubbed through to create depth and a two-tone effect. Gleaming with a mirror-like finish and built on a striking scale, this armoire isn't just a stylish addition to your bedroom: it's a versatile storage space, too. Open the wraparound doors to reveal a clothing rod, two adjustable shelves, an electrical outlet, and two storage drawers. Whether you use this armoire to store clothing or electronics is up to you; the important thing is that it will hide bedroom clutter and give you all the space you need for your daily essentials.
This armoire is constructed of durable hardwood solids combined with cherry veneers. Gold accents run along each of the raised panels to enhance the three-dimensional effect, and gold-toned hardware completes the look. Pair it with other items in the Preston Ridge collection for a full bedroom set.
The Preston Ridge Collection brings the charm and elegance of antique European furniture design to the modern era, with scaling and design details suited for the contemporary bedroom. This collection is defined by graceful curves, rich color, and unique contrast. Each piece in the collection is constructed from quality hardwood solids, as well as cherry, white ash, and burl veneers that offer exquisite natural color and unique patterns. The veneers are contrasted by black finish accents that are heavily physically distressed for a touch of character and authenticity. Finally, quality materials and the finest construction methods ensure that this collection will grace your bedroom for years, and perhaps generations, to come.
Not available for sale in, or delivery to, the state of California.
About Hooker Furniture
Family-owned since its inception in 1925, Hooker Furniture is one of the leading manufacturers and importers of high-quality, stylish furniture in the United States. Still led today by a grandson of the company's founder, Hooker's mission is to enrich lives via exceptional furnishings, which are built from durable materials using time-tested methods. Hooker specializes in lifestyle-driven furnishings for every room of the home, all offered at affordable price points. Each step of the construction process, from material selection to shipping, is completed with precision and care that comes through in the quality and low maintenance of the pieces. Hooker is committed to environmental responsibility and uses sustainable resources; in 2008 they received the American Home Furnishings Alliance 2008 Leadership Award for environmental and safety accomplishments in their business practices.
Dimensions & Specifications
48L x 24W x 83.625H inches
Quality wood furniture is a significant investment expected to last for generations. To maintain its beauty and help it last, wood furniture needs the right care. Hooker Furniture products are finished with two to three coats of lacquer for extra depth and long-lasting durability. The sheen, or gloss, of the finish ranges from high to low, depending on the piece or collection. The finish protects the wood and adds to its beauty. No finish is totally indestructible, but with regular care, the finish will last much longer, providing years of enjoyment to you.
To protect and care for your furniture, we suggest the following:
- Avoid placing your furniture in direct sunlight, as sunlight causes fading
- Avoid extreme changes in temperature by arranging furniture away from radiators, heat and air vents and air conditioning units
- Avoid placing plastic or rubber materials (lamp bases, notebooks, placemats, etc.) on your furniture, as certain plastics contain ingredients that may damage the finish
- Periodically rotate accessories on furniture so they do not sit in the same spot all the time
- Use pads, cloth or felt to protect the furniture surface from plastic, rubber, hot dishes, beverages, bookends, flowerpots and vases
- Clean up spills immediately. Use a blotting rather than a wiping action. Water left over a long period of time will cause white spots in the finish. Alcohol, perfume, after-shave and medications can cause severe finish damage
- Use a protective pad when writing with a ballpoint pen on the furniture surface
- Lift and place objects rather than dragging them across the furniture surface
- Avoid placing furniture directly under windows
Cleaning and polishing your furniture
We recommend dusting frequently with a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth. Clean the surface by rubbing in the direction of the grain. We recommend polishing your furniture approximately every six months, using a clean, soft, lint-free cloth and rubbing the polish in the direction of the grain.
Question: What are the main types of furniture care products, and which one do you recommend?
Answer: There are three basic types of furniture care products: silicone cleaners, waxes and polishes. We recommend avoiding silicone cleaners and waxes. While silicone cleaners create a high degree of shine, silicone seeps into even the highest-quality finishes, creating a barrier that will not accept stain or lacquer. This makes it virtually impossible to re-finish or touch-up your furniture.
Waxes should be avoided because their regular use may result in a build-up of wax film on the surface of the furniture. This build-up could actually attract dirt, smoke and other pollutants in the air, resulting in smudges and streaks. Also, many waxes contain grit that can permanently damage furniture surfaces if used improperly.
Polishes, which we recommend, contain detergents, emulsifiers and mineral oil. The detergents clean dirt from the furniture, the emulsifiers give it body to clean and last longer and the mineral oil is left behind as a barrier for dirt and moisture than could harm finishes. There's no grit to harm the finish, no wax to build up and no silicone to raise the sheen and act as a barrier for touch-up and refinishing.