Make your own wardrobes with MDF under sloping walls, by Sandra

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In this DIY project Sandra shows how she made beautiful wardrobes herself. By ordering custom wood (mdf primed) online, she was able to get started on her project immediately. Read more about her experience below.

Description from Sandra

Since we have sloping walls on 2 sides, we chose to make open cupboards.

How I made this project

Everything starts with measuring and drawing. Brainstorming, what space do we have now, what do we need in the new house. We ultimately chose to keep the dimensions of the PAX Ikea cabinets, only to paint them in a color of our choice. 2x high cupboards divided into 2 hanging areas 1x medium high cupboard, 1 hanging area (dresses :)) 1x lower cupboard with shelves On the short side of the room we have opted for 3 parts with shelves (these are more difficult to approach in the corners) . In the end I had to adjust the depth of 1 cabinet slightly (my own calculation error), they saw everything neatly. We placed drawer cabinets from IKEA over the remaining length. All ordered (cut to size) wood material is primed MDF 18mm. IDEAL! In fact, 1 coat of paint was sufficient, but to be on the safe side I varnished it a 2nd time. On to the next job! :)

Dimensions of my DIY project

High wall
2x - 58.0 x 50.0 x 242.0 (dxwxh)
1x - 58 .0 x 50.0 x 180.0
1x - 58.0 x 53.0 x 117.0
Short side (low cabinets)
3x - 42.0 x 95.0 x 71.0 (dxwxh)

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How next?

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