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Traditional wardrobe GRAND COUNTRY
oakwalnutwood veneer

traditional wardrobe
traditional wardrobe
traditional wardrobe
traditional wardrobe
traditional wardrobe
traditional wardrobe
traditional wardrobe
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oak, walnut, wood veneer, leather
with swing doors
with drawer, custom


For the design inspiration of our Grand Country Cabinet, we immersed ourselves within the Cordings quintessentially British approach to outfitting and their customer narrative - a professional gentleman of social stature – whom at the end of a busy, business week retires to his rural, des-res in order to enjoy some well-earned country pursuits. Crafted from European Oak timbers, it was important that the cabinetry felt equally at home within a period townhouse or a regal country escape. The physical silhouette of the furniture has an air of simplistic sophistication. A classical furniture arrangement; consisting of pilasters flanking cabinetry with embellishment of fine detailed timber profiles – cut and mitred into a breakfront formation. The depth and quality of craftmanship become the key feature of the flat panel doors – allowing the beautiful feature veneers of decorative burr cluster oak, an outer radial frame of quarter cut walnut and a contrasting pinstripe of lemon satin wood to play centre stage. Key features of this considered design include: Double width cabinetry to accommodate field & formal wear Double height hanging in the central doors for long riding mackintoshes and tall wellington boots Top line shelf storage for foldable items and headwear Single height hanging to left & right doors for formal wear Internal base cabinetry drawers for accessories Beauty is most certainly not skin deep with a Clive Christian Furniture Co. interior – we pride ourselves on detail.

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