I would put something under the front legs like shims.
Could you prop up the front feet so it's not leaning forward?
Hi! maybe something like this will help
You will need to put something under the front legs to even it up. Sometimes the felt furniture pads are enough.
Try to re-level. Consider using felt furniture pads- that might be an economical choice. They usually are at the dollar store.
I have had that problem and usually fold cardboard to lift the front legs to level the furniture.
Are you sure the floor is slanted? If you have carpet there is a tack strip along the edge of the wall about the thickness of a yardstick. I have had to either place the furniture a few inches from the wall or else put a thin piece of wood under the front legs.
You can use a level (there is a free app of a level available for most smart phones) to see if it is really your floor. In any event the solution is the same.
Oh dear that must be so frustrating. The easiest thing to do is place small pieces of wood or cardboard under the front legs to adjust the height of the dresser a little
Prop up the front to make the floor level using timber. Best wishes. Otherwise cut down the back legs (Not recommended if the furniture is quality and you want to take it to another room sometime)............!
You can install child safety latches on the interior of the drawers. I have one kitchen drawer with that issue and that's how I solved it.
You could put something under the legs in the front to tilt it back, so the drawers don't tilt out.
Gosh, thanks all! What a great site. I live in NYC in a tower by the water..our East River buildings are beginning to slope a little. Expensive furniture, yes. I'll buy the wood shims or get grippers.
Hello VEENYC, hope these help you out, I am thinking you just need to level the armoire, and not worry about the floor, here are a few ideas that hopefully help you
These are called wobble wedges and they are incredible at leveling anything! You could grab some of these and they will work wonders for you