Mid Century Armoire Ideas

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Mid century armoire – You need clothes armoire when extra clothes begin choking your living room. Make homemade shelves for clothes in a day-and discover how organizing this mess can improve your life. Evaluate your storage needs before designing the armoire. A longer lifetime shelving solution is recommended over temporary shelves of concrete blocks and planks. The basic design of armoire remains constant even though the building material used depends on the expected weight bearing load

White Mid Century Armoire
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Analyze your storage needs. Identify the wall where the mid century armoire will be placed. Locate studs with a control detector and spot masking tape in a straight line vertically above them. Draw a straight vertical line on the wall that indicates rivets positions and double-ball measurements with a 4-foot level. Cut the door shelf in the middle, lengthwise and lay aside. Measure the curved space from one side of the door jacket to the other. Cut buttons for the 2-inch shelves with 4-inch shelves.

Prepare the wall by drilling 1/4 inch holes in a smoothed line at each of the bolts. Place a button along the flat line and drill a hole through it with a 1/8 inch bit. Make holes in the rules to accommodate length cleat. Install the cleat using a 1/4 inch with 3 1/2 inch retractor screw and a wrench. Measure how far you must between mid century armoire and follow the same procedure used to install the first cleat.