Build free standing closet wardrobe to maximize your wall space and create an alternative way to divide your living space. An independent wardrobe gets its support from its cubicle construction on a very strong foundation. When you carry out your independent wardrobe, enjoy walking around your new storage solution. Measure the desired area width and length of your independent cabinet.
Cut pieces of wood 2 by 4 inches to frame the base of the cabinet on the floor. Leave a door opening – the width of the door plus 6 ¼ inches for the wooden studs and door frame. Cut the same pieces of wood 2 by 4 inches, without leaving an opening for the door, by the top or ceiling of your independent wardrobe. Set this wood aside.
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Line the wood by 2 by 4 inches on the ground and screw it into the ground with a regular electric drill for wooden floors or with a percussion drill for concrete floors. Pre-drill the holes and place anchors on them before screwing them securely to the ground. Build each side wall of the closet on the floor. Use the height measurement of the cabinet wall, less than 4 inches from the base and 2 inches from the top cut your wall studs. Cut as many wall studs that are necessary for space them every 12 inches along each wall.