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Overview

Learn how to assemble a shelf and drawer unit for a wardrobe. Just follow our step-by-step guide.

Steps

1Attach the top shelf to the first side panel

First up, you should assemble the larger unit. Screw the top shelf onto the side panel, making sure the shelf support holes are facing inwards and that you have the white laminated edges facing the front. 

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2Attach the other shelves and second side in place

Screw the rest of the shelves into place, and also attach the kick board using the pre-drilled holes at the base. 

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3Attach the second side panel

Position the second side panel with the shelf support holes facing inwards and attach it to the shelves, using the screws provided. 
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4Attach the back

Make sure the back panel sits flush at the top and is parallel at the sides. Check that the white side is facing into the unit. Tap the supplied nails in around the edges. 

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5Insert the shelf supports

Insert the shelf supports into the holes where you want the shelves to sit.
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6Slide in the shelves

Once you have all your shelf supports in place, slide in all of your shelves.
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7Assemble the larger drawers

Fold out the drawers and slide the bottom panel into the slots in the draws. Make sure the white side is on the inside of the drawer. Swing the front panel around and insert the dowels into the predrilled holes.  You can use glue in the edges and dowels for extra support. 

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8Attach the drawer handle

Slide the handle into the slot at the front of the drawer. Then screw it in from the inside of the drawer, through the pre-drilled holes.

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9Attach the runners to the drawer

Place the drawer runners over the pre-drilled holes on the bottom of the drawer. Then use your hammer to tap them into position.

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10Attach the runners to the inside of the unit

Now install the drawer runners for the inside of the unit. Place them over the pre-drilled holes at the bottom and screw them in either side.

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11Slide in the drawer

Take your drawer, line up the drawer's runners with the unit, and slide in your drawer. Then assemble the rest of your drawers (See steps 7-9) and slide them into the unit. 

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12Assemble the smaller unit

Now it's time to put the smaller unit together, which is exactly the same process for the larger unit (See steps 1-6).

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13Assemble and insert the drawers into the smaller unit

Finally, assemble the smaller drawers (See steps 7-9) and insert them into the smaller unit. 

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14Ready to install your wardrobe?

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