We came across an old 1930’s children’s wardrobe. It needed HELP! The bottom board wasn’t salvageable. The doors were really difficult to open and shut AND the most awful part…it had veneer “accents”. THEY. WERE. AWFUL. Seriously, I had no feelings for veneer before this, one way or another. I do now.
These kinds of pieces…we just love. There is something special about them in spite of their flaws. Their cute little bars in their closets that would only fit about 5 hangers, all of their compartments, and the fact that it has survived all this time.
It didn’t take my husband long to figure out this needed to become a bar. We stripped the veneer, removed all the hardware, took the whole wardrobe apart, and got to work. Some things were never going to return and we had some new additions. We love how it turned out!
It actually hurts us a little (a lot) to sell it. But you can snatch it up from our etsy shop.
UPDATE: This bar is sold. If you are interested in something similar, please contact us and check out our other available items!