Introduction: Wood Closet Organizer

This is the first time that I do a project outside the house, most of the things are product of my instant inspiration and for some reason impels me to finish it.

A friend of my mother visited our house some time ago and she liked a piece of furniture that I made, she asked me if I could build a cabinet with bases to store things, accept the challenge so I went to visit the space for construction and get the Measures for the design. I want to share this experience with the community.

Step 1: Design

The first thing I did was illustrate the customer, his request was simple "a cupboard with storage stands". The space in his room was quite spacious so I did not stop to imagine something very big.

For the design of the cabinet I have used the CINEMA 4D, and I have sent several photographs of what would be the possible result.

The first thing I did was illustrate the customer, his request was simple "a cupboard with storage stands". The space in his room was quite spacious so I did not stop to imagine something very big.
For the design of the cabinet I have used the CINEMA 4D, and I have sent several photographs of what would be the possible result. She chose the left one.

Step 2: Materials

For this cabinet I have used.

Plywood 1/2 (1)

Plywood 3/4 (2)

Screws 3inch

Screws 2inch

Drill

Caladora

Wood sandpaper

Varnish (color preference)

Iron rod 1/2

Step 3: Platform

The first thing to do is the base for the cabinet, this consists of several 1/2 columns and a 1/2 base.

Step 4: Columns

Then cut 2 equal sheets for the supports.

The idea was to screw under the columns and lift the cabinet, but turned out to be too heavy for me, so after checking that the width is correct. I decided to put one by one on the basis of 1/2.

Step 5: Supports

Continuing with the design, cut 4 3/4 sheets of the same.

For the supports I have used strips of wood 2 inches wide.

Then cut the iron in such a way, that are 30 inches for each side from the column.

The same happens with the upper base.

Lastly it is only applying the preferred varnish color.

Step 6: Barnish

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