It 's true that you can store many different items in a wooden armoire. It has various, functional aspects as a storage unit. You can store your television and stereo equipment in an armoire, use it to store clothes and you can use it for a computer/sewing area. The armoire 's you purchase are very nice, but you 'll have a one-of-a-kind piece of furniture if you build your own. Follow the directions below to do just that.
The easiest way to create the wooden armoire of your choice is to draw it out on a piece of paper. If you 've never built any furniture before it may be easiest to draw simple squares and rectangles.
Don 't start out with a lot of complicated shapes and designs. A few sheets of paper, a ruler and a pencil will get you going. Make a plan on separate sheets of paper for each side, front and back. You 'll of course want to be sure to label what each sheet is.
You 'll want to measure the area where you decide to locate your armoire. It 's a good idea to know what you 'll be using the armoire for; this makes location a little simpler. If it 's to be used for TV entertainment, place it so people won 't have to struggle to watch it. If you intend to use it for home office, you 'll want it in a kind of out of the way area or your office.
For units like TV, you 'll want to measure these things to place them inside your wooden armoire. The same is true of computer components and the monitor.
You 'll need some ¾" plywood for the panels on the side of your