Friday, August 8, 2014

A well engineered Wardrobe - made by Arine our carpenter.

I must apologise as the pictures I have here are incomplete, since the only show part of the installation process and don't include pictures of the doors hung in place.
When I get a chance, I'll shoot some more and update with newer photos if anybody is interested in seeing more.

Apologies in advance that the pictures are each on their sides.
I did rotate & save each so it was in an upright position before uploading, but being a free blog website it's not that good and rotates them sideways again. Grrr! :_)

This is a wardrobe that was built by Arnie at home over the period of around 70 days, before he brought it in kit form and spent a day or so assembling it (September 2013).

In the dining room it holds the sound system for the house, which has speaker selection for each of the lounge rooms, in addition to this dining room and the upstairs room also. I'm not sure yet if we'll have waterproof speakers in the intended bathroom Which is yet to be rebuilt), but this could feasibly power speakers there also.

There are custom built CD & DVD shelves as well as book shelves & 2 areas for a dehumidifier and an air purifier too. Channels are made within the structure so the dehumidifier can also draw air from behind, where there is another wardrobe.

This opposing side is for our daughter's bedroom, which has a stout hanging rail, smooth closing drawers and shelves for books. The doors were also beautifully made by hand and glide smoothly on rails, but are made in the style of the other original shoji doors in the house.

The shorter exposed side is a wall on which pictures have been hung as part of the bedroom area.

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