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Upcycled wooden chair wardrobe

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A picture of two wooden chairs mounted to a blue wall used as a wardrobe
A great way to upcycle your old wooden chairs
  • Difficulty
    medium
  • Costs
    < 50 £
  • Duration
    1-3 h

Introduction

Following our upcycling trend, turn your old wooden chairs into a stylish wardrobe. This warobe is perfect at keeping clothes off your bedroom floor. Just follow our simple step-by-step guide to create your own.

What you need

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Tools
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Additional items
  • protective goggles
  • screw clamps
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Material list
  • wooden chairs
  • roughly sawn slat (length depending on width of seat)
  • wood screws
  • wall plugs
L: Length, W: Width, H: Height, D: Diameter

Let's start - step by step

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Getting started

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Here's everything you need
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Draw out a straight line

What you need: Pencil, wooden chair, wooden slat

First, use a pencil and a wooden slat to mark up a line on the chair for sawing. Try to ensure that it is as straight as possible.

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Sawing the chair to size

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Set the desired cutting depth before sawing

Secure the chair with screw clamps and use a cordless circular saw to cut along the marked edge. Make sure to set the desired cutting depth needed and position the saw on the outer edge. If the height of the seat exceeds the maximum cutting depth of the cordless circular saw, the surface has to be sawn through all the way around on three sides. Lastly, saw the wooden slat which will later be used as the wall holder so that it matches the chair width.

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Sanding down the chair

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Use a sanding roller to sand down the chair

Use a sanding roller to sand down the sawn edges until they are smooth and sleek.

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Mounting the chair to the wall

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Now mount the chair to the wall

What you need: wall plugs, screws

Start by fixing the wooden slat to the wall using the wall plugs and screws. Then place the chair on the slat. Depending on the shape of the chair, you can now screw the side edges of the seat to the slat on the left and right or, if there are no side edges, fix the seat to the wooden slat directly from above. Your chair wardobe is now complete.


Legal notice

Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.