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Ikea Hack - Murphy Bed with Sliding Doors

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Step 10: All done!

Picture of All done!
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After that you just follow Ikea's instruction for installing the doors, and then you're done!

Materials:

3 Ikea Pax 100x236 wardrobes (1 was cut up and used for materials)
2 sets Ikea Pax Lyngdal 200x236 sliding doors
1 set Ikea Inreda LED spotlight
2 Ikea Inreda LED light strips

Ikea Cost: $1,010
(we waited until Ikea had a Bedroom event. We bought the Pax stuff, got $150 gift card back, and then used that to buy the lighting)

1 Next Bed Murphy Bed hardware kit
Lots of 2" and 1-1/4" particle board screws (different lengths depending on the type of join)
1 roll of dark-brown cabinet edging tape.

Total Cost: $1,650
Total Width: approx. 372cm (12'-2")

From start to finish the project took about 1 week - that was one solid saturday of work, with everything else done in the evenings.

For the most part all of the work was done by one person, but there were a few steps were a second set of hands was needed: initially assembling the Pax wardrobes; lifting the top piece into place; and lifting the doors onto the rails.

Next step: buy new comforter cover.
 
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Dadrepus9 months ago
How do you open the Pax units when the bed is down?
maguzzy1 year ago
With the Next Bed System, does it have to be screwed into the wall? Thanks.
meerar1 year ago
fantastic hack. looks really good professional and custom made rather than a diy job. does that mean that the next bed cost about 600 dollars?