Anyone who has ever had to deal with moisture problems in the wardrobe may have tried various tricks to reduce the musty smell on clothes and shoes. But to end the problem definitively, it is necessary to go to its source: solve this infiltration, remodeling the room or changing wardrobe. Sometimes it will take even both.
If you have done all this and if you are going through the building or rebuilding phase of your bedroom or closet, consider using teak wood for your wardrobe. Teak has a greater moisture barrier than ordinary wood since it has natural waterproofing and anti-fungal properties.
Besides being more resistant, the teak wood is considered a noble wood, coming from reforestation and 100% sustainable. Inspire yourself in the gallery below to create a welcoming and mildew-free space!