Avonmouth Solid Oak Full Length Wardrobe
The Avonmouth Solid Oak Full Length Wardrobe is a warm lacquered, high quality piece of solid oak furniture in a French farmhouse style.
This wardrobe is hand-crafted from oak and finished with a warm lacquer, which softens the natural grain of the oak.
The antique style, silver, metal handles, along with the curved plinths are traditional in their farmhouse style.
The dovetail joints and tongue-and-groove backs and bases give the furniture the longevity that Made to Last customers look for when choosing oak furniture.
The Avonmouth Solid Oak Full Length Wardrobe is delivered flat pack and will require a small amount of construction.
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