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Posted on Help with desiging costume closet for my daughter

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#1 posted 02-09-2017 02:15 AM

vince805,

A couple of additional thoughts…

Depending on the width of the base and the weight eventually carried by the top shelve, the unit may be tippy. For example, if books rest on the top shelf and your daughter retrieves a costume but she fails to ensure the hanger is free from the hanging bar, she could pull the unit onto herself. If a second rail is also located at near the top of the unit at the back, this rail could be attached to the wall with a single screw and keep the costume rack from tipping over.

Adding four legs tall enough to position the bottom shelf off the floor could help the unit set well on the floor without any wobble due to an uneven floor. Raising the shelf up off the floor and adding cutouts at the bottom of the sides could achieve the same result; a steadier unit.


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