Biedermeier Wardrobe, South German 1820
An original Biedermeier wardrobe, which was made around 1820 in Southern Germany.
All parts of this beautiful armoire are original and have been refinished and French polished without touching the original color of the exquisite mirrored walnut veneer. The black accents of the columns are in contrast to the warm color of the walnut veneer and give the piece a modern touch.
Throughout the Biedermeier period, emphasis was kept upon clean lines and minimal ornamentation. As the period progressed, however, the style moved from the early rebellion against Romantic-era fussiness to increasingly ornate commissions.
The wardrobe offered here, dates back to the earlier phase of the Biedermeier style where the strict design still dominated.
Details about this wardrobe
This unique piece can easily be combined with modern furniture and embellishes any contemporary interior. It can serve as a wardrobe in your bedroom. But you could also easily use it in an entry hall as an eye catcher or in a living or dining room area as a unique piece to store your dishes or glassware.
In any case it will add a distinguished look to your individual interior. Wardrobes are essentially just cabinets for storing things so you can use one anywhere and everywhere you need storage.
Please also read our blog to learn about Mixing Modern And Antique Furniture Styles.
The interior cabinet set up with a hanging rail and shelves has been added later.
The armoire measures 80.7 x 70.86 x 26.77 inches.
It ships from Germany and includes shipping costs to Boston.
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