Brief Information About WardrobeFeb 23
A wardrobe is a reserved compartment, usually a tall cabinet or closet, meant for stowing away apparel. Throughout the chronological changes in the form of the enclosure, it more or less retained its preset function as a place to retain a king’s robe. The word has gained coinage over successive generations as an independent store for among others, preserving precious items for a ruler like gold, well highlighted in King Edward 1 times. It is also a simple patio where clothes are hung from metal bars or tucked inside utility racks running from up to down.
The modern wardrobe differs in one respect from the historical one for its triple partitioning: there are two linear compartments on either side with shelves as well as a middle space made up of hanging pegs and drawers, the latter being a latter-day addition, besides a clothes’ press in the higher central space on level with a person’s chest.