I'm in an urban environment and my apartment doesn't leave me with many choices with some of my larger furniture items. Namely, my wardrobe ended up having to be placed in the extended indoor balcony. This area faces south and has sliding windows on all 3 walls, comparable to a large bay window. I placed my wardrobe so that it faced west, which you will see in the floor plan only has partial exposure to a window (just 1 window).
Question: If there is legitimate cause for concern for color-fading/distortion on my clothes inside the wardrobe from prolonged sunlight (either from the front doors, or the back of the wardrobe that faces the east), what are some possible solutions?
- Wardrobe Door Type - double outward swinging doors
- Wardrobe Door Material - particle board
- Wardrobe Door Color - black
- Wardrobe Door Thickness - 1 in
- Wardrobe Back Material - not sure, looks like really thin wood
- Wardrobe Back Thickness - 3mm
- Wardrobe Back Color - cardboard brown
Note: There are curtains all the way around, but I'm not sure how much they will help in terms of preventing sunlight from hitting my wardrobe.