This beautiful vintage french wardrobe is from the 1970s. It completely flat packs for transit and bolts together. I have taken pictures of it being assembled to send to who ever buys it. It will need to be fixed together by someone that's quite good at DIY.Painted in a shade of stone with a brown ageing wax top coat and a slightly rubbed through paint finish. The door locks on must of these french wardrobes are a little hit and miss, so we have added magnet fixtures as door stays and the french keys can then be used as door pulls. The centre has double hanging.
Left and right hand side have shelves, but also hanging rails. So you can have it with or without shelves.
With all of my painted items I send out a little touch up pot of both paint and wax. That way if you ever chip the paintwork you can touch it up easily. I wrap all my items for transit in a clear wrap. This keeps any upholstery clean and also prevents doors and drawers coming open in transit.
I love to talk interiors so don't be shy to message me if you need any help with planning my items in to your rooms. Any questions please get in touch. The courier I use delivers to most places within a couple of weeks. Some areas such as Cornwall can take slightly longer. But please do get in touch with me for a quote if your in my home county of Herefordshire.My courier can sometimes cover parts of Scotland. But it's always best to check with me first. So that we can talk through your options.
Our courier is a one man service. He's very strong but with some items he may need a hand your end to help lift items inside. Then your welcome to use your own courier. I will wrap your item for transit and are always here to assist with loading. So that the courier can keep you updated on tracking details.
The item "Vintage french armoire wardrobe" is in sale since Tuesday, November 3, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Armoires/Wardrobes\20th Century". The seller is "rivercottageantiques" and is located in Herefordshire. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.