First, let me say that it is very difficult to photograph a BLACK piece with a MIRROR. This is a jewelry armoire that I made from scratch for my daughter. It was her Christmas present last year. This is a picture of it in her room. I purposely made it open from left to right so that she could open it and get a better look at herself in the full length mirror.
This picture was taken with the armoire laying down in my garage. The mirror reflects the rafters above. I used mostly new materials in this project. (which is highly unusual for me) I used fluting and bulls eyes to frame a beveled full length mirror.
I made a typical “box”. I attached a piece of luan to the back of the box. I then used spray adhesive to adhere a piece of velvety material. This little shelf is a “fixed” shelf in the middle of the armoire. I purchased some little divided trays (at our local flea market) and cut them to fit this shelf. You can see that I attached the door with a piano hinge.
In this picture, you can see that I installed another lower piece with more hooks. The fixed shelf is in the middle, and the two lower shelves are adjustable to fit her needs. I think this may be the only project I’ve ever made from scratch. Will I ever make another one??? Nope! She really likes it, and I’m glad I did it, but I am NOT a cabinet maker by trade.