Childrens Wardrobe – While each room can benefit from a closet, a child cannot reach the same h – eights as an adult can. One solution is to build a wardrobe of child height. You do not have to start normal cabinet to do, just make adjustments in the closet you already have; after all, your children will grow quickly and you want to adjust the cabinet back to teen size in a few years. A great change is to remove the cabinet doors. They are a great invitation for pinched fingers and are often difficult to move for a child.
Build a childrens wardrobe, Remove the cabinet doors. Remove the sliding doors of the track lifting the door and singing the bottom of the door out. Measure the ceiling height of the cabinet and the width of the side of the cabinet. Decide how you want to spend the childrens wardrobe to hang clothes and still available for building storage cubicle. One consideration is that you can have two or even three bars of clothes on the hanger side of the closet because the clothes your child is shorter than that of an adult.
Cut a board cabinet dividing the ceiling height board locker 1-by-14-inches. Install the card in the childrens wardrobe, perpendicular to the back wall – and parallel to the side walls – with four L-brackets at the top and four on the bottom. Measure the distance between the center plate and the wall on the side that is putting the cubicle. Divide the distance between the plate and the partition wall by the number of vertical dividers cut to determine how far to put each vertical divider. Measuring and draw a line on each foot vertical separators. Cut a halfway 3/4-inch slot through the vertical dividers centered on the lines you drew. Fit the cubicles by inserting the vertical slots in the horizontal slots in the dividers, sliding boards together until the edges are flush. Install the hanging clothes rod spring. Sand the edges of the plates with sandpaper grit 200.