Bedroom

Published on July 15th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Sliding doors for bedroom storage





Materials: Pax, Elga, Besta rail, Faktum Harlig

Description: I wanted to close a storage area in the bedroom.

I used some Pax doors as fixed elements, 2 Elga doors as sliding doors.

The rail is a Besta rail (180cm) assembled on a wood frame.

Fabric on the doors hides the mess behind.

Wheels have been fixed on Elga doors on a wood frame too.

Some faktum (harling) doors, drawer fronts and lack shelf add a bit of design touch.

Approx 150 euro of Ikea pieces.

~ Fabrizio, Italy

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8 Responses to Sliding doors for bedroom storage

  1. Willy says:

    Ottimo lavoro, complimenti!!!

  2. G. Roma says:

    nice project with these sliding doors

  3. I love what you done here. I like the idea of sliding cabinets. The lightness of the panel will not make a lot of noise either.

  4. SoLo says:

    This is so great. I’ve been wondering if you can’t make sliding doors yourself and with this great result, I don’t think I’ll be scared to try it in the future.

  5. DJinny says:

    wow! Its a very classy look! I love the vase on the tiny shelve too!
    xx

  6. Beth says:

    I want to use the Elga Aneboda sliding doors to cover the 47.5″ wide closet openings in a condo. Where did you get the wheels that work with the Besta frames? I spoke to someone in the closet department at Ikea and she said that the wheels comes with the wardrobe kit.

    Thanks!

    • Anonymous says:

      correct. rails and weels of ELGA comes with the wardrobe structure (and are not so handy as they are top and bottom and hang to the wardrobe structure). So i used a BESTA RAIL which comes out with wheels already. works on top only, but if you use pretty light doors, then it will do (if you use a bottom rail then remember you have to jump!!)

      anyway, if you need further pics or assistence, feel free to shout! :)

      fabrizio, italy

  7. Anonymous says:

    Love your project, Can you please provides close up picture of how the rails and door attach to each other.

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