Children’s armoire wardrobe – While each bedroom can benefit from a closet, a child cannot reach the same heights as an adult can. One solution is to build a child’s height wardrobe. You do not have to tear out the normal wardrobe to do it, just make adjustments the wardrobe you already have; After all, your children will grow up quickly and you want to adjust the wardrobe back to the teen size for a couple of years. A big change is to remove the doors on the wardrobe. They are a big invitation to pinch fingers and are often difficult to move for a child.
Remove the closet doors. Remove sliding doors by lifting the door and singing the bottom of the door. Use a chisel and hammer to lift the pin and remove the doors on the pivot hinge. Place the chisel under the lip of the pin at a 30 degree angle and hit the wood end of the chisel with the hammer pushing the pin up and out of the hinge. You can lift the folding doors from the mounting tool or screw off the frame. Measure the height of the children’s armoire wardrobe ceiling and the width of the wardrobe side to side.
Determine how much of the wardrobe you want to allocate to hanging clothes and how much is available to build Cubby storage. One factor is that you can have two or three clothes bars on the hanger’s side of the closet because your child’s clothes are shorter than one’s adult. Cut a children’s armoire wardrobe dividing board the height of the wardrobe ceiling from one-of-14-inch board. Install the board in the wardrobe, perpendicular to the back of the wall – and parallel to the side walls – using four L-brackets at the top and four at the bottom.