Wooden wardrobe – Keeping everything square in the closet can be quite a hassle when you are limited with space. Take advantage of each square centimeter by assembling a wooden wardrobe organizer, giving everything its place to fit. There are several expensive models on the market. But with some basic necessities, you can build your own wooden wardrobe organizer to suit your needs
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Measure the width and height of your wooden wardrobe so you can easily build the organizer to the correct dimensions before installing it. Trying to build the organizer directly into the closet will offer greater stability, but may prove to be exceptionally difficult during the process. Build the organizer as if it were a regular shelf, with wide, thin slabs as the part standing up with horizontal boards crossing. You might want to tie these two vertical boards together by nailing a piece of plywood on board each to form a back. This will provide increased stability when the unit is standing.
Attach horizontal shelves between the two vertical support panels. Alter the space between the wooden wardrobes so that you have plenty of room for large items such as boots. Place a metal or plastic rod that runs horizontally near the top of the unit. This will serve as a place to hang jackets or other heavy clothes on a hanger. Make sure that this bar is robust and well-installed as it can be fitted with a lot of weight. Hang a curtain from the top of the unit so that the organizer can be hidden, providing an attractive surface, which will also help you keep the items in the organizer segregated from other items you have stored in your wardrobe.