Mirrored wardrobe – The conversion of a room in a dormitory begins with the addition of a closet. If there is enough space in the room, a closet can be added along a wall. Mirrors can be made on the cabinet doors to visually enlarge the room and closet doors sight while providing access to the storage area is hidden. Cabinet doors with mirrored wardrobe can be ordered in custom sizes from many vendors door. If the door mirror extends from floor to ceiling, there is no need to make any additional construction. Locate a wall in the room that has no windows or doors. In the illustration, there are two walls without a door or window. Measure 32 inches from the wall in the room. There should be no door or window within these 32 inches from any adjacent wall. Notice in the figure that the right wall will not work for closet space, as the 32-inch will extend into the door on the adjacent wall.
Measure the diameter and height closet floor to ceiling. There must be at least 32 inches deep and extend the width of the room. Price comparison vendors that make door mirror doors, and calculate how many panels mirrored wardrobe doors that need to enclose the area. Mirror doors can be purchased in different widths. The choice of three doors from 4 feet to cover an area of 12 feet, four doors instead of 3 feet to cover the same area, will probably cost less money. Check with the door manufacturer doors adequate to cover the area dimensions, taking into account the tracks that will be needed for installation. Measurements may vary by manufacturer.
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Ask a length of channel floor and ceiling follow the width of the room. Install the floor channel, which will be on the red line, as shown in the illustration with Step 3. This will require a screwdriver. The channel floor is screwed into the ground, and must be parallel to the back wall of the cabinet, 32 cm from the wall. Measuring 32 inches wall cabinet back into the room on the roof. Install ceiling track screwing the track on the roof. Establish a door panel on the backing track and adjust the position of the top track before securing. Once installed the guides on the floor and the ceiling, adjust the doors on the slopes. The doors can be temporarily removed to add a drive rod or clothes closet shelves.