Design of Turning a Bedroom into a Walk in Closet
Turning a bedroom into a walk in closet – If you have an unused bedroom and need more closet space, consider turning room for a walk-in closet. The project is extensive, but it requires only a small amount of carpentry skill. Closet rods install with basic tools and the necessary to install those hardware available in construction markets. Once you have installed your closet, you will enjoy more storage space and make use of your extra bedroom at the same time.
Ideas for turning a bedroom into a walk in closet. Measure the length and width of the room with a tape measure and write down the measurements. And then decide where to install cabinet rods and if there is enough room to install shelves. Fit cabinet rods on one side of the room by installing cabinet bar brackets on the wall. Mount the fittings using the supplied hardware at 40 and 80-inch heights for double-studded bars. Or mount a rod at a height of 45 inches. Then place the bracket on the wall 12 inches from the adjacent wall, mark the mounting holes with a pencil, drill the holes with a 1/4 inch drill, insert plaster wall anchors, replace the bracket and mount it with the supplied screws.
Put the hanger between the brackets and mount a support bracket to the bar every 34 inches by turning the bracket to the wall behind the bar. Then for turning a bedroom into a walk in closet. Build shelves to mount on the wall furthest away. Cut two, 12-inch boards to a length of 80 inches with a chainsaw. Cut five plates to a length of 34 inches. Assemble the shelves by placing the shorter boards horizontally between the longer boards and screw them together with wooden screws.