Bedroom set with armoire – A charming old house can bring some disadvantages. Insufficient armoire space is one of them. For a bedroom without a built-in armoire, an independent unit is an easy solution. Armoire size to fit an odd corner or a small space can be purchased from a carpenter shop or a home improvement shop. Old Armoires are useful for a lot more than storage media. Converting them to modest but functional armoires is simple.
Set the bedroom set with armoire on a drop cloth. A second hand armoire should be carefully washed, dried and the inner shelves and drawers removed. Sand the old color or finish on the armoire to give a good surface for new color. Paint the armoire inside and out. Use a slate lacquer so fingerprints can easily be wiped off without disturbing the color. Prime an unfinished wooden armoire before painting, and plan two layers of paint for either piece to ensure good coverage. Allow bit to dry overnight.
While the shell closet wipes, paint all the interior shelves and drawers that will go back inside. This can be a top shelf for either a bedroom set with armoire or some low bottom drawers in a particularly high armoire. The armoire should have hanging space for long and short clothes, leaving half interior free for at least 60 to 65 inches of hanging space. The bar needs 3 inches of free space so you can put hangers on it. A shelf that fits over is good.