Originally Posted by OldCoot
I added drawers, you just have to use screws that just barely reach thru the thin paneling and use at least 3 on a side & end.
Nice looking drawers!
I did basically the same thing, but also in the hanging clothes wardrobe section I took out the bar (we don't travel with clothes that need to be hung up!) and put in 2 more drawers (side by side) at the bottom. Then I added two full width shelves in the space above the drawers. To do this I screwed/glued 1/2" x 1" trim on the sides and back of the opening, and then cut 1/4" plywood to exactly fit and sit on top of that. Ours is a double door opening with a center vertical wood stop for the doors, so I also ran another piece of trim from that piece to the trim on the back for both shelves to sit on to minimize sagging once fully packed.
I also installed similar drawers in the tall skinny single door kitchen cabinet to hold plates, glasses, utensils, etc. That was pretty tricky because the space between shelves in the cabinet was so high, and we didn't need drawers that deep...so I made 3 drawers to fit into one opening (each about 3" high, with about a 1" gap between them). VERY difficult to 1) reach in to mount the slides and 2) get them level.
I'd show pics but the rig is in storage now