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If you want to finally say goodbye to the inevitable pile of clothes that’s piled up day after day on your chair, look no further than the Pax wardrobe. One thing to remember: their maximum height is 236cm, which means often they don’t reach the ceiling. A couple of centimetres can mean a lot of dust, and some wasted space. Every little counts! Here are 6 ways for you to create a full-height wardrobe: finishing panels, a few intentional brushstrokes, or layering kitchen units to create a wardrobe. Ready?
Shocked by your carpenter’s quote for a custom-made wardrobe? Time to roll up your sleeves and DIY! Here’s what will help you on your way: Pax. In their bedroom, Florian and Jérémie have hidden Ikea wardrobes behind our matt lacquer doors in Amandier grisé, which are in turn embedded into a wooden framework. A touch of the same colour paint on the connecting wall highlights the effect of this almost tailor-made arrangement. It feels almost like a hotel (only better)!
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to you that small spaces are the ones where we most love to find a 2-in-1 solution! Here’s a great example: this bedroom/office designed by Studio Castille which uses a combination of Pax and Method cabinet frames. If you look closely, you can see how these architects experimented with a finishing panel placed horizontally between the furniture and ceiling to fill the remaining space. Discreet, and so clever!
As your child grows, so does their wardrobe. Say goodbye to overflowing chests of drawers and hello to boxes that you can stack, combine, or add to. Designed by interior designer Vanessa Faivre, this layout seems as though it was made for the room and its large dimensions. If your combination of Method cabinet frames don’t quite reach the ceiling, do as she did, and add to the remaining space with a finishing panel, otherwise known as a filler. The higher, the better!
Yes, we’ve all piled boxes and baskets on top of wardrobes. And yes, we’ve all realised the same thing: it’s not aesthetically pleasing or practical, and it collects more dust than we’d like to admit. Now it’s time to get rid of these! Stack Method boxes on top of one another and kill two birds with one stone: reach the ceiling, while creating as much storage space as possible. Top tip: for maximum style, match the colour of the wall. Now over to you!
Having the wardrobe in your bedroom means you can organise - and hide - all those piles of clothes. On the downside, the wardrobe itself can sometimes stand out too much. By choosing a totally khaki look, Frédéric and Sonia Lucano have created the "built-in dressing room" effect that we love - it’s both chic, and discreet. In Plum Living language, this translates into a combination of Pax cabinet frames, combined with smooth fronts in our Olive, placed on a wall painted in the same colour. Your turn!
When we talk about layout, this wardrobe really seems to have it all. Just look at it: a piece of furniture that fits the shape of the room, enhances the ceiling height, whilst also hiding clutter. This tailor-made wardrobe truly puts the infinite possibilities of Method cabinet frames to the test. With small modules and compartments, the range of sizes brings some rhythm and adds to the design of the furniture. With its grey-green colour that matches the windows, the result is pretty perfect.