Hives and Honey Wooden Collage Photo Frame and Jewelry Armoire
This wall-mounted picture frame holds eight treasured photographs while hiding jewelry in plain sight. The nearly 4in.-deep frame is hinged, allowing the front to swing away like a door. Inside, felt-lined supports and metal hooks designed to hold necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets.
- Collage photo frame and jewelry armoire in one
- Wooden frame
- Dimensions: 23" H x 13" W x 3.5" D
- Eight photo slots: four 3.5"x5-3/8" and four 3"x4.5"
- Frame swings open like a door to reveal divided jewelry storage
- Five felt-covered ring rolls
- Two bars for earrings, each hold 14 earrings
- A wooden necklace bar with 10 metal necklace hooks
- Wooden bracelet bar
- Felt-lined to prevent scratches
- Comes with wall-mounting hardware
- Weight: 7lbs. when empty
About Hives and Honey
The Dallas-based designers of Hives and Honey obsess over every piece of furniture they create. To them, a piece isn't worthy of the show room until it has the right blend of attractiveness, functionality, and je ne sais quoi to resonate with its future owner's personality. The heirloom-quality home decor and accent furnishings are hand crafted by artisans with an emphasis on jewelry storage. Every piece is individually conceived, so one piece might exude an antique air with decorative moulding and ornate hardware, and another can be more modern with clean lines and an uncluttered aesthetic. Beyond pieces such as jewelry boxes and standing armoires, Hives and Honey's team also designs mirrors, picture frames, and rocking chairs only to be sat in while pensively chewing a piece of prairie grass.
The Fine Print
Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 more as gifts. Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 7 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. Goods sold by Groupon Goods. How is the strike-through price determined?