IKEA is famous for its simple and timeless designs that fits most spaces easily, and we continue sharing ideas how to incorporate them into your decor and hack them if needed. IKEA Pax wardrobe is a simple and cool piece for your clothes and shoes though you may say that it looks too usual or even cheap. If you think so, this isn’t a problem: you may hack it so that it perfectly fit your room, looked super bold and even made a statement. I’ve prepared some ideas that may inspire you, let’s get started.
Mirrors are a great idea to spruce up the doors of a Pax wardrobe, they can change Pax in various ways and you may give the doors different looks – modern or vintage. You may go for framed mirror doors with some eye-catchy handles or with mirror doors with criss-cross frames for a classic look. The frames can be not only white – try slate blue, muted green, navy or some other shade that fits your home decor. An easier idea is to add small cutout mirrors to the doors and some knobs – such a hack won’t take much time and looks cool.
slate grey framed mirrored doors plus geometric brass handles for a contrasting and eye-catchy look
refined black frame mirror doors with exquisite detailing is a chic idea for a Pax wardrobe
mirrored front panels make the Pax piece look chic and glam, mirrors enlarge the space
classic mirrored doors with criss cross frames make the wardrobes stand out
fully mirrored front panels with aqua frames and brass handles look very chic
cutout mirror touches with white knobs add interest to a Pax wardrobe
gorgeous mirror framed doors with a geometric pattern make a Pax wardrobe really amazing
Changing Colors Or Doors Themselves
The most popular IKEA Pax hack is repainting the doors or changing them completely. The first is an easy hack: paint the doors with the color that you like and that fits your interior: anything from blush to emerald is welcome! Find some creative handles or knobs that fit the new look: leather ones, brass handles, vintage knobs or other pieces. Changing the doors will be a bit more difficult but it’s worth it! Remove the existing doors and install wooden or plywood ones, chic molded panels or sleek and shiny glass ones. The handles and knobs are again up to you and the look you want to achieve.
very chic Pax hack for an attic space, with a smokey blue shade and natural oak handles
grey green front doors with modern black handles completely change the Pax looks
IKEA Pax hack in a muted green shade and with tiny leather pulls is very stylish
IKEA Pax wardrobes in a mint shade with creative round handles at different heights
a large built-in piece of Pax wardrobes with natural wood front panels is a gorgeous idea
graphite grey paneled doors with small knobs for a Pax wardrobe
graphite grey front panels plus natural wood handles and sides give Pax a chic look
light-colored plywood doors with little handles make the wardrobe cool and chic
make Pax look chic and interesting with wood front panels and some small stylish knobs - you won't need more
sleek white doors with handles look shiny and reflect natural light making the space look larger
smokey blue wood doors with a texture and small black handles look cute and interesting
navy paneled front doors plus brass handles give a Pax item a chic look
padded doors and brass handles make the wardrobe really gorgeous and refined
very elegant Pax hack with black paint, molding and vintage brass knobs is ideal for vintage spaces
Some other ideas may include changing handles to make the Pax look more chic, inserting cool panels into the doors – colorful blue and red touches will make the doors stand out. Make your wardrobe more creative with round knobs attached at different heights. My favorite hack is covering the doors with printed fabric – wow, so cool! Get inspired and go hack your Pax!
IKEA Pax hack with fabric panels looks wow and makes a gorgeous statement
make Pax wardrobes more interesting placing the parts at an angle and adding cool brass pulls
muted blue, navy and red panels inserted make a neutral Pax piece look bold
creative wooden legs and round wooden knobs at different heights and of different sizes