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I have bought an IKEA (PAX) wardrobe with doors. When it came about the drawers, a design fault showed off: some unwanted and irregular space between the drawers made us loose some precious room.

Well, it may be a small annoyance, or a big one if you are a perfectionist!

Read on to see how to hack and save space. It will require a hand saw for metal, and a router.

Step 1: Using the IKEA Online Planner

They have an online planner on the web, which allows you to choose the wanted size, color, accessories.

After opting for doors, when placing the drawers, you may notice some unexpected spaces (marked "?!?" below), but the images are pretty small and faded, so you'll miss them easily.

The wasted space seems meaningless, but believe me, in practice, you'll notice it. The bad thing is that you cannot use that space at all.
cut about 10mm from the top of the draws and they fit a lot closer together!
ok, good idea but I think is more simple use blum hinge nil protrusion
Hi. This is smart. <br>But instead of using a router, I would have put the door hinge 10cm higher. <br>A little easier no?
&quot;A router is a strange and dangerous power tool&quot;... very wise words!
Lose not Loose. Loose = not tight. <br><br>Great fix.
...or waste, not waist.<br> <br> Fixed the fix. Thanks.

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