Antique armoire wardrobe – Nobody ever has enough closets. Survey your home for the creep and crutches you can turn into the perfect storage solution. By using the architecture you have or by adding refurbished furniture you can create nice and invisible storage in all rooms in the house. All that is required is an unused corner, some hardware, maybe a door, and some color for a brand new wardrobe to things as full as the old one.
Alcoves with glazed doors
Put a dull alcove in a much needed antique armoire wardrobe with a pair of jalousie doors. Hinge the doors to the walls so they are tight against the wall — or bolt a wooden frame on the inside of the alcove walls and attach the doors to the frame. Install a light in the new wardrobe — If there is no handy outlet, you can find the battery-powered wardrobe light at a home improvement store. Then paint with decorative stripes or a light paint and paint it before setting it in brackets. Put a shoe rack on the floor and add some storage balls with a lid. You have an immediate bedroom or hall closet with some major construction needed.
Under the stairs Closet
The space under the stairs is a large after school closet or off-season antique armoire wardrobe. Attach the area and add a door or cut a door into an existing walled space. Paint the inside in high gloss white to keep it light and make it easy to wipe. A high garbage bucket is used for clothes that need immediate washing, like sports uniforms. Inside the door, please provide important schedules for groups or classes.