Henredon armoire – If your closet lacks enough shelf storage, fix the problem yourself by building custom shelves. Before you start the project, an electronic control detector will use to determine where to place your shelves and how many shelves you will be able to fit into the wardrobe. Also, determine the ideal lengths and depth for your shelves in advance.
Mark the places where the rules in your Henredon armoire as you plan to attach the shelves. Draw continuous, horizontal lines down the length of your planned shelves, control the line with one level; if and when your rows reach the sides of the wardrobe, draw lines across the corner and extend to these pages. Use the cutting guide to cut 2-inch buttons from any of your discs; the studs should be as long as your planned shelves. Measure the sidelines you designed, subtract the thickness of the clumps you only cut. Cut knots to match these lengths.
Install your buttons directly under the lines you have drawn to the rulers and the sidelines, and then use your 3-inch wood screws to attach buttons directly to the bolts. Cut your remaining boards to the intended length and depth of your Henredon armoire. Dry fits your discs to your buttons, and check again with the level that everything is still.