Published on April 24th, 2011 | by Jules Yap


Goddess wardrobe by PAX

Materials: PAX, wood, drill ,curtain rod,curtain, wall plugs and screws

Description: I loved the PAX wardrobe range but it was too expensive and not big enough.

Plus I hate having sliding doors on my wardrobe as you can’t see all the clothes at once.

So I set about my challenge

1. I measured the height and width of my space.

2. I listed my requirements e.g. whether I need more long hanging space or short hanging space.

3. The PAX hanging rails come in 3 sizes 50cm, 75cm or 100cm so I divide my space using these measurements.

4. I bought two pieces of wooden melamine panels and four wooden battens that were all up to ceiling height.

5. I screw the battens to the wall (after pre-drilling and installing wall plugs) and slid the wooden melamine panels in-between.

6. I then used the pax wardrobe rails to create the storage.

and voila, it was done!

I completed my design by installing a full curtain track across the front and adding some beautiful full length voile curtains for the Goddess effect!

~ wisewoman365, london

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6 Responses to Goddess wardrobe by PAX

  1. Anonymous says:

    “anonymous” of the nutso comment. Goddess isnt out of “Greek mythology.” It’s “out of” Greek religion and is a title related to a female Diety. Mythology and Religion are two completely different subjects, one a set of stories, the other a belief system. For instance, it’s your belief system that out of nowhere calls others ‘nuts.’ It is your mythology that you think youre right when you’re not.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Whoever uses the term “goddess” (out of Greek mythology) is nuts. Sorry.

  3. MacMama says:

    Looks nice, but goddess, seriously? Looks more shabby to me:)

  4. anonynous says:

    Wouldn’t it be much easier to just use standard hanging rods from wall to wall instead?

  5. Anonymous says:

    You could probably add some shelves to the top just above the battens above the higher clothes rod. This will give you plenty of overhead storage for off-season clothes and hats, etc. Otherwise, I like it!

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