Old decorators of wood, plywood density fiberboard can be converted to other useful dresser armoire when they are no longer useful for their original purpose. Projects that utilize the Dresser’s box form, such as bookshelves, allow craftsmen to make a few cuts and save as much wood as possible. Be sure to protect your eyes and lungs by wearing safety equipment when cutting.
Remove the boxes from the room. They simply slide out, or you have to tilt the dresser armoire at an angle as it reaches the end of the track to remove it. Unscrew some grooves, fasteners, and sailplanes with the screwdriver. Remove any metal or plastic components used in the box system. Use jigsaw to remove the front horizontal slats between box openings. If these lists were nailed to the sides of the office, and remove them by making a cut in the middle of the slat and the two halves work out of the mind. If the drawer hole was made by cutting a rectangle from a larger piece of wood, the spout at each end saw flush it away. Do not remove the bottom slat, usually part of the trim support, as it will be useful for stability.
Cut out all internal wood components such as box traces. Cut sharp edges around the new open frame. Measure the inside width and depth of the empty suits shell. Use these measurements to buy wooden dresser or to manufacture any boards. To determine how many shelves you need, consider what to store. Books will need more end than DVD. For aesthetic reasons, the bottom shelf is level with the top edge of the bottom trim chest that you left intact.