Morrison Armoire

The Morrison Armoire allows for customization between the choice of a Crema Marfil or Carrara top and a walnut, oak, or ebonized oak frame, for flexible storage that accommodates specific needs. Designed by Egg Collective in 2012, the Morrison line features sleek lines and a delicately scalloped profile. The inspiration of the furniture draws upon the designers’ personal histories and memories to provide a multifunctional modern take on traditional case goods.

The Morrison Armoire has an overall height of 72.0” (183 cm), width of 32.0” (81 cm), and depth of 23.0” (58 cm).

Elevation and plan drawings of the Morrison Armoire with dimensions

The Morrison Armoire allows for customization between the choice of a Crema Marfil or Carrara top and a walnut, oak, or ebonized oak frame, for flexible storage that accommodates specific needs. Designed by Egg Collective in 2012, the Morrison line features sleek lines and a delicately scalloped profile. The inspiration of the furniture draws upon the designers’ personal histories and memories to provide a multifunctional modern take on traditional case goods.

The Morrison Armoire has an overall height of 72.0” (183 cm), width of 32.0” (81 cm), and depth of 23.0” (58 cm).

Common Questions
Common Questions
Common Questions
What is an armoire?
An armoire is a freestanding cabinet that is typically used for storing clothing. Armoires are sized to provide hanging space and often include additional shelves and drawers. Armoires were common pieces of household furniture when closets were not readily built into the layout of a room.
What is an armoire used for?
Armoires today are used primarily for storing clothing, though they were originally used as cabinets for storing arms. Armoires were once viewed as one of the most ornate and signature pieces of furniture in a household, but today their function has largely been replaced by closets.
How deep is an armoire?
Similar to closets, armoires have a recommended depth of 24” (61 cm) in order to comfortably hang clothes on standard sized hangers. Minimum armoire depths of 20” (51 cm) are common in more space efficient armoire designs. Armoire depths typically range from 19.5”-24” (50-61 cm).

Details

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Height: 
72.0” | 183 cm
Width:
32.0” | 81 cm
Depth:
23.0” | 58 cm
Length:
Weight:


Materials
Walnut or ebonized oak veneer over MDF case and frame; walnut or ebonized oak legs; solid brass knobs and feet
Designer
Egg Collective
Year
2012

Drawings include:
Morrison Armoire front elevation, side, plan

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