Monday, February 14, 2011


Today it's my 1930's Wardrobe.
I got tired of having all my coats, hats and shoes everywhere, so I found this little gem on craigslist.  It was in poor condition and I got it cheap.  I took the whole thing apart, striped and cleaned it, band then oiled and waxed it up.  I also reinforced some of the pieces... 
It's not perfect, but it does the job for me.  It also goes great with my deco bar and Zenith radio (all in the same room.)
Here it is all opened up. It's pretty packed, but I can find what I'm looking for.  I added the shoe rack and hanging shoe rack.  The hat shelf was already there.
It has some really nice subtle lines to it.
Here's the original hat shelf.. I don't put the fedora's in there as it would take up too much room.
That's the original label on it... "Hats"
Made in England by HomeWorthy Furniture
Original Hardware.  I really like this as it's not only a great piece to have in the room, it's also very functional.  It's a cool closet that keeps my vintage clothes and shoes out of site and dust free... It's Vintage Gear for Guys...


  1. wow, this is a really nice piece! We have similar products under depression era furniture

  2. I have a Homeworth Double Wardrobe. Can someone please tell me how to dis-assemble, as I am moving.

    Wardrobe too big to transport down the stairs!!!

    URGENT!!! Many Thanks

  3. How did you pull the wardrobe apart???


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