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Our Guest Room was quite messy with lots of stuff staying around in different Cabinets or on the floor. After some inspiration here, I took the decision to build a new wall built-in Pax 4*1m and cover it using dry walls (in German aka known as Knauf Gipskartonplatten im Trockenbau).

It also involved relocating an electricity outlet which would be otherwise covered.

Start – look at right and left side to see the situation before the fix.

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Starting from the left, 3 Paxes were installed, alongside the profiles also installed. Otherwise drilling to the ceiling possible.

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On the left side profile was directly attached to the wall and Pax wardrobes. Take care to set it back depending on the dry wall board thickness.

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Construction then progressed to the right side, Pax 4 (final).

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To make it look proportional, same width like left side was used.

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On the Top, some reinforcements were needed to the profiles.

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After finished the base construction, Dry Wall Boards were attached.

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Now the filler came to cover all the gaps and screws.

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et Voila, some wallpaper and paint finished this project.

Built-in PAX using Dry Wall Technique

Built-in PAX

The only thing still left to do is to attach the baseboard and adjust the doors.