How to Arrange the Closet Dresser

Putting Dresser in Closet

Putting Dresser in Closet

Closet Dresser – A dressing room offers more space for clothing and other items such as sports equipment, ornaments, and even tools. However, the cabinet must be installed correctly with the right amount of storage space, shelves and clothing bars to be effective. If you are planning a new design walk-in closet, build it using proven and true methods to improve the function of your closet. The work value will take some skill and several days to complete this task.

Determine the location of clothing bars and drawing shelves on a sheet of graph paper. Use a scale of one square equals 6 inches and the size of the cabinet was left out. Cut slats 1 by 4 to 2 inches shorter than the width of the platform shelf boards and cabinet bar. Mount the slats to the wall using the drawing as a guide. Cut the rack shelf from the cabinet to the appropriate size. Mount the cabinet bar platform to the fastening systems with 1-inch screws and a screwdriver.

Cut two 1-by-15-inch plates for vertical shelves at 60 inches long. Mount these plates on the wall spaced 3 feet apart. Assemble the shelf fastening systems to the sides of these plates. Cut rack boards 1-by-15 inches to 3 feet in length and slide this into the fasteners. Install the cabinet bars between the shelving tables and the cabinet wall. Mount another set of parentheses under the upper cabinet bar to 40 inches high. Slide the bars of the cabinets in the supports.

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