Bedroom divider

Published on December 21st, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Funky Pax room divider





Materials: Pax

Description: I’m glad to show you my ikea hack! Mine it’s a 42sqm room that I had to divide into a day and night zone without building any wall!

I decided to buy a huge Pax wardrobe and put it in the center of my room! I assembled a Pax component with a 90degrees rotation and left it without door: now it’s my bookshelf!

Then I bought an Ikea cloth to cover the wardrobe back and my old grandparents wooden bedhead.

~ Elisa, Rome, Italy.

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16 Responses to Funky Pax room divider

  1. Chemsolver says:

    Great idea. I would like to see the other side as well. Definitely worth remembering if I ever move into a place with big rooms.

  2. Sing says:

    I like it alot. Very clever for a room divider.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Very nice, please do show pictures from the other side!

  4. Christopher says:

    That is a very nice look, and a simple idea. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Clever and cute, I like it !

  6. Lily says:

    A magnificent place you have there, you definitely know how to make a space funky :)
    I work in IKEA and we have to recommend to people they should always attach their furniture to the wall.
    The doors usually weigh more than the wardrobe itself so to me this seems a bit like an unsafe position…

  7. Anonymous says:

    This is just WAY too cute.The way the fabric of the couches is so different from the rest of the room yet still works puts my designing mind to work!

    Recently reupholstered my couches for super cheap using some stuff off of designdivafabrics.com (a hidden jem to the rest of my design freaks out there…TRUST ME) and have just been inspired to go back and get fabric for new drapes from them too!

    Thanks for the inspiration guys!

  8. woolywoman says:

    Lovely! Very nice fresh, modern look.

  9. Anonymous says:

    What a wonderful idea. Awesome.

  10. Just visited your Flickr site. You have a wonderful eye for colour and design…positively inspirational!

  11. its great to share with us.this is nice and remarkable idea to bring change to the interior.The dividing technique can be used to any room interior. i like your smart idea.

  12. besscake says:

    How did you attach the fabric so that it’s so smooth and flat? I’m trying to do something similar and can’t figure out how to attach the sheet! Thanks! looks fantastic

  13. Anonymous says:

    geniale Complimenti!!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Did you do anything special to keep it stable? I’d like to try this, but I’m worried it would tip over…

    Brilliant work!

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