The Edwardian Wardrobe was a fascinating piece of carpentry as they made most wardrobes with plenty of clothes storage, but designed them to break down into smaller sections so they could easily go up stairs and fit into most bedrooms with ease. Not only were they built using quality woods such as mahogany, Oak and walnut, they were very clever in the way they decorated using fine inlays, usually in the Sheraton design. Unusual shapes were produced from the serpentine to Bow fronted from this period, along with more usable hanging space as they can be slightly deeper that the earlier Victorian models. The Edwardian Wardrobe is a useful and beautiful piece of antique furniture that can fit into most bedrooms perfectly and can be a wonderful additional to any collection. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.