Sliding door cabinet – cabinet are good for storing clothes that do not fit in your wardrobe or chest of drawers. The height of a cabinet makes it easy to hang clothes on the inside so that you can store objects without causing them to wrinkle. Because they are portable, cabinet can be moved from one room to another relatively easily. They are especially useful for storage in small studio apartments or houses with small closet space. You can add doors to your cabinet to enhance its appearance and versatility.
Measure height and width in the sliding door cabinet opening. Subtract 1/4 inch from width measure and divide it resulting in half to determine the width of each door. Cut two pieces of 1/2-inch plywood at the height of the closet opening and the width you are calculated for the doors. Place the sections on a flat surface side by side as they become when attached to the cabinet. On the outside edge of each door, measure and mark 6 inches from the top and bottom. Use a screwdriver’s power to attach a hinge to each selected spot.
Attach the sliding door cabinet by placing them over the opening and install hinges to the outer edge of the wardrobe. Open and close the doors to ensure they are level. Measure to find the center on the opening edges of the doors. Measure and mark 1 inch in from the center point on the edge of each door. Divide the length of the horizontal line with four, measure and mark quartz marks along the line, using tape measure.