Having the best quality of clothes is not enough, someone has to be able to preserve their value by keeping them safe. Just like how refrigerators help keep the quality of foods, wardrobes help us greatly in sorting our wares. Not only that, a wardrobe with a well-designed exterior makes a great fashion statement for a bedroom or wherever an individual chooses to put the furniture. The furniture occupies a large portion of a room and easily serves as a focal point, therefore the design of your wardrobe, whether good or bad, will go a long way to affect the general outlook of your room.
Wardrobes are also known as “armoire”, and are usually structured to be a standing closet for keeping clothes. You can easily have the pick of your preferred armoire in local furniture markets, but to have an already made armoire that will go perfectly with your room interior design will be a hard task. This is because there are several factors to consider before making your choice of what fits your room perfectly. From the exact size to the right color, buying a good armoire could be such a grueling task. However, an alternative that you would rather like to consider instead of buying an already made furniture you can set out on a little DIY quest.
Making an armoire by yourself has many positives to it. You get to pick the material you want to work with, the size, color, and quality of wood are all decided by you. As the creator, you likewise have full control over how you want the furniture to be structured to your taste. Although it involves a lot of work and to be honest it is stressful, the result would be satisfactory. When you want to make this entity, the first crucial choice you will have to make that can make or break your creation is the choice of material to use. This will serve as the clay which you will utilize to mold your armoire.
Several materials exist that can be used to craft a cloth-keep, and one of the highest quality of the bunch is plywood. Plywood is a manmade wood that was engineered by gluing two extremely flat hardwoods (Veneer) together plus concentrating a significant amount of wood dust in the space between the perpendicular woods. It belongs to the family of manufactured boards that also contain; medium-density fibreboard (MDF) and particle board (chipboard). Plywood is relatively cheap and will go nicely into your budget no matter how small it may be. You should take note that there are different grades of plywood, which are rated by quality.
Plywoods tagged AA are the best qualities you can find, and will always give your cloth-keep an expensive touch. E graded plywoods are the worst of their kind and are relatively cheaper than AA. There are four other types of plywood grades(A, B, C, D) with a decreasing level of value and price. Due to the structure of this wood, it is really easy to manipulate it into a wardrobe even if you are not a professional. Veneer which is a thin layer of hardwood can be utilized in making finishing touches to the creation. Making a wardrobe is a nice DIY task that promises to reward you bountifully.