Sliding mirror silver dressers require some tools to work the wood, such as a router or a saw table and can be built in a couple of hours with the right tools. The closet can be built to fit the mirrors you have on hand to decrease the expense. Wear safety glasses and put adhesive tape on an X over the location where you want the mirror to be. Put carbide bit into the drill, and drill a hole in the mirror.
Drill very slowly and do not press hard, as the mirror will break. Place the second mirror face down on the first mirror, and mark the exact location of the hole cheap silver dresser. Repeat the procedure for the second mirror and keep it in reserve. Place one of the 36-inch plates to one of the 17 1/2-inch boards using an angle bracket and 1/2 inch wood screws, making sure the angle is square (90 degrees).
Place the angle of fixation in the inner corner, where the tips meet so the bracket is hidden inside the silver dresser with mirror. Now it has the upper board of the casing and one side of the box joined together. Place the other side of the box to the top plate in the same way. Make sure that the angle is square. Attach the bottom board to the sides with angle brackets. Now it has the cabinet frame.