Bedroom

Published on July 24th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Ikea studio apartment by the beach





Materials: PAX BERGSBO,STOLMEN,

Description:
I divided this studio by using the PAX BERGSBO as panels and the Stolmen as supporting columns, to create a bedroom area, and give the unit some depth. Came out good and got alot of compliments. I also mounted the TV on a Pax wardrobe.

Mounted the TV to a full motion bracket on the Pax closet, so the TV can be seen from any angle in the studio.

~ Joshua E, Miami Beach

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14 Responses to Ikea studio apartment by the beach

  1. Corliss says:

    Brilliant! And I love the color on the walls.

  2. Anonymous says:

    see-through door for the washroom? uhm….

  3. missakins says:

    Probably not a see thru door for the WC, if you look at the left side of the doorwell, you can see the edge of the door (it’s open).

  4. kathleen says:

    Anonymous – If you look carefully, you will see that the washroom door is simply open – see that doorknob on the left, and the clear threshold?

    Very nice job on the apartment! So light and airy!

  5. grumblebunny says:

    Could you give some specifics on mounting the Pax doors to Stolmen poles?

  6. Anonymous says:

    Very nicely done, except for the reflections which really do make the bathroom seem to have a plastic door!!

    Zero for photography. LOL.

    Would like to see the rest of the apartment.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Ditto grumblebunny- could you explain on how you mounted the Pax doors to the poles? Are the black pieces a separate purchase that you drilled in to the doors, and then attached to the poles?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hi all! Thank you for your complements.
    The washroom door is a regular door not seen in the pic because it is open as some of you explained.
    The pax doors were simply mounted using the same hardware used to mount shelves as the poles were intended for.
    The black thing someone asked about is molding bought from home depot to cover up the holes predesigned for hinges as these doors are supposed to mount to a closet system
    any other questions josh@trickomatics.com

  9. Anonymous says:

    Great design – I love it! Where did you get the table and chairs?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Ditto on the table and chairs! Where is that table from?

  11. Akiko Fujishima says:

    This is stunning! I love it! Fantastic job! ^_^

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