I'm having an issue with mould growing up the back of my wardrobe and would really appreciate some advice as it seems it maybe the cause of my recent breathing difficulties during the night.
Basically, I have a double wardrobe stood in the corner of my upstairs bedroom in my 1900's end terraced house. It's standing in the corner of the two external walls and I'm convinced the mould is due to condensation and bad air flow. It makes sense that warm air from the room is hitting the cold external walls and condensing - hence the growth of mould.
What I'm really looking for is a way of stopping this. Moving the wardrobe isn't really an option due to the way the room is laid out.
Would installing a breather brick behind the wardrobe solve the issue? I'm worried the bedroom would just have cold air flooding in all the time then though.
I hope someone can help :D