Nothing gives a room a feeling of history quite like linenfold panelling. Most people who look at it would assume it’s probably a few hundred years old. This hand carved linenfold wardrobe has that feeling of traditional panelling with all the luxury of a modern fitted wardrobe. Continue reading “Hand carved linenfold wardrobe”
His and her’s pippy oak wardrobes, tall and slim. They were made to sit either side of a chimney breast in a Victorian house with high ceilings. The doors and side panels are veneered in pippy oak. It’s a highly decorative veneer which has the figure of the oak with small, scattered patches of burrs. Continue reading “His and her’s pippy oak wardrobes”
A tall, freestanding wardrobe in American black walnut with a cedar of Lebanon back and drawer interiors.
This was for a lady who was adamant that no moth would ruin her collection of cashmeres. Drawers were so well fitted on traditional runners that you couldn’t slip a piece of paper through the drawer gaps once closed. The top drawer has a lock but that was more for prying eyes than moths. Continue reading “Walnut and cedar wardrobe”
A large painted wardrobe in this top floor master bedroom. Being on the top floor the room tends to get very warm in summer so the wardrobe had to be built around the air conditioning unit. Continue reading “Hampstead master bedroom”