How To Build A Wardrobe Armoire Cabinet–{Using 2x4s And Plywood!}

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Welcome back to the 5th and final build to go in my Dad’s matching office furniture series!

This tall pantry cabinet/armoire/wardrobe cabinet build was made using standard 2×4 boards and some birch plywood. Even with lumber prices so high these days, this build still came out under 0 and I have plenty of leftover plywood to use for my next project 🙂

Grab the details on the build here:

And the printable plans here:

If you’ve missed any of the previous pieces in the matching set, check them out here:
DIY Writing Desk:
DIY Display Shelf with Drawers:
DIY Computer Desk:
DIY File Cabinet:

Grab the 5 plan bundle pack printable building plans here:

You may find these posts/videos helpful in the build process:
How to Make Your Own 2x2s:
How to Cut Down Plywood Sheets:
How to Use a Pocket Hole Jig:
How to Apply Edge Banding to Plywood:
4 Ways to Plug a Pocket Hole:
10 Must Have Tools for Cabinet Building:
How to Build and Install A Drawer:

Affiliate links below…

Tools and Materials:

Tools:
Circular Saw:
Kreg Rip Cut:
Kreg AccuCut:
Miter Saw:
Table Saw
Drill/Driver:
Pocket Hole Jig: &
Shelf Pin Jig:
Router & Rabbeting Bit: &
Staple gun

Materials:
(1 + 1/2) Sheet 3/4″ birch plywood:
(1) sheet 1/4″ plywood:
(8) 2x4x8 boards (use the off cuts to make your own 2x2s or purchase (2) 2x2x8 boards):
(8) 8 ft sticks cove Molding:
(1) 14″ drawer slide:
(2) pair pivot hinges:
Edge Banding:
2 1/2″ pocket hole screws:
1 1/4″ pocket hole screws:
2″ wood screws
Wood Glue
Shelf pins:
Minwax Helmsman Clear Coat: