Walnut and cedar wardrobe made for a lady, adamant that no moth would ruin her cashmeres.
It’s a tall, freestanding wardrobe. Doors veneered in book matched walnut which continues around the side panels that are also framed with solid walnut.
Inside, the drawers are so well fitted you can’t slip a piece of paper through the gaps. I fitted a lock in the top drawer but that was more for prying eyes than moths.
The wardrobe back is in cedar of Lebanon veneer with solid cedar for the drawer boxes and walnut drawer fronts. There’s three sections of hanging rails.
The finished wardrobe is a very practical and luxurious way of storing beautiful clothes in a moth free environment.