Double dresser – If you need more clothes storage, but no space to place additional kitchen cabinets, consider the good closet. A four-drawer dresser holds folded clothes while the space for shirts and jackets to hang over it. The project takes a day to complete because of the number of cuts and amount of assembly required. Measure the depth and width of the closet. Use these measurements to determine the best fit for the agency.
Find the ideal height using the height of double dresser. Use this height to determine the total agency height by multiplying a box height to the number of boxes as desired. Add 4 inches to balance the measurement of the base board in the boxes so the bottom drawer is off the floor. Mark the measurements on the walls of the closet.
Build double dresser, draw lines across the walls using a level and pencil to create the cut lines of the agency. Cut the plaster along the lines drawn with a utility knife. You will make more cuts to cut completely through the plaster. Measure and cut a couple of 2-by-4-inch lumber agency width. Repeat the process for the agency depth. Use a circular saw cuts. Install these four pieces in a frame with two-inch edges up. Hammer two nails in each corner of the Agency to attach to the frame to make the support base.