It seems that these ties are only the tip of the iceberg! There are probably about six to eight other drawers on the two other sides of the room:
One of the Rows.
When I had my dressing room built, I had three sides ringed with wide, shallow drawers for my neckties in which they can all lie long, flat, and visible. This allows not only orderly and protective storage, but also an easy and quick way to view and select a tie from many options.
In this row, from bottom to top: silk Shantungs and repp stripes; then printed neats; then wovens, wool challis, and ancient madders; then, finally, woolen and cashmere ties.
On the other two walls are a drawer for silk and cashmere knits; a drawer for grenadines; a drawer for Spitalsfields, Macclesfields, checks, dots, and spots; a drawer for emblematics and clubs; a bow tie drawer; and drawer for handkerchiefs and pocket squares.