What sizes do built-in wardrobe.
Dec 20, 2019
Classic built-in wardrobe is a structure of the movable flaps. For clothing them in a hall or wide corridor. To calculate the future size of the cabinet, you need to know three of its size, height, length and depth. Let's look at each one separately.
Basically wardrobe are divided into three levels. The lower level for storage of shoes, make an average height of 50-60 centimeters. The average level for clothing, usually made in size from 1.5 meters to 2-x meters. And the third level is a mezzanine. Here you can store everything from the boxes and ending with suitcases. If the height of the room for more than 3-x meters, the wardrobe can be divided into an additional section with autonomous valves. This is to ensure that the high ceilings, the doors of the main section of the cabinet were not bulky height and use them was comfortable and easy. Heavy folds quickly wear out the movable structures.
The width of the cabinet is made arbitrarily as desired or as space permits in the apartment. The most common wall-to-wall. Based on the length and width of the enclosure are calculated number of flaps. When the length of the structure can be divided front part of the cabinet, stationary parts. But as practice shows, mostly two movable sections, calling one under the other. Recommended width sliding panels ranging from 60 centimeters to 1 meter. Narrow and tall sash during operation begin warp. Wide sash over a meter in length, become cumbersome. Use of such doors is very inconvenient, since it is necessary to use force to open and close the valves.
How is convenient and practical future cabinet depends on its depth. The minimum dimensions for enclosures with casual clothes, taking into account the rail and "air" the cabinet should have a depth of about 70 centimeters, and a wardrobe of about 90 centimeters.