Hiden Knee-Walls Locker

Transform your unused knee-wall into necessary storage space for your goodies.
Small attic apartments require a smart and multifunctional development ideas. It’s not so easy to adapt uncommon living space. I shared a Mirror Folding Table with you. It’s genius because we can have a mirror and a table in the same way. It could be a nifty idea for a living room, but how about a bedroom and necessary shelf for our clothes or goodies?

If you are a happy owner of attic apartment, I found a useful idea for you. On the ‘This old House’, you can find full step-by-step instruction how to build the knee-wall locker. Using a detail notes you can convert hidden, unused spaces into valuable storage areas. You'll gain a full-size, eight-drawer chest without sacrificing a single square inch of floor space. Useful advice: if you're not sure if a knee wall is load-bearing, you should consult a licensed contractor or structural engineer.

Try to be creative and make some changes. Exploit this original project as an inspiration. Maybe bigger size of the cabinet will be better for you?

Check out the full tutorial on the This old House!

What you need:

Tools:

  • Drill
  • Hammer
  • Tape measure
  • Level

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Wood
To see the full list of Tools and Supplies check out the source post. hiden-knee-walls-locker-03

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