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Wardrobe to accompany the chest of drawers

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CYC

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Hi All,

You may remember the Chest of drawers I made as a changing unit for my daughter. She already has so many clothes I really need to get her some storage. So I made plans for a narrow wardrobe which will fit in the small room. Same timber, stain and finish of course.

This is what it will look like:

The key feature will be adjustable hanging rails since the clothes will get bigger every few months!

I'll post pictures when the project is completed :wink: I doubt this time it will only take one week :cry:
 

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Yes it's Sketchup. I find it really good for designing my projects. I can then plan all my cuts from it.

Thanks Pete :wink:
 

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Thomas,

to do a raised panel I used the following method

Draw a rectangle representing the area of your panel.
Use the push pull tool to pull it to the right thickness of material
Draw a smaller rectangle on the top surface you have just thicknessed This represents the field of the raised panel
Pull the fielded section to the required depth
Now connect the top corners of the fielded panel to the outer corners of the main panel.

Sounds complicated but takes about 2 seconds and Im sure theres an even easier way :wink:

Signal
 
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