MY CLOSET/OFFICE REVEAL
After 5 years in our old apartment, Matt and I were looking forward to finally acquiring a bit more space. Our last place was a triplex, with an extremely open concept, as in the only doors were the front door and the bathroom door. While I absolutely loved this space and the character it had, it was getting more and more difficult to focus and get work done with everything surrounding me. Needless to say, space was a bit of a priority for our move (and the main reason behind it) and we were lucky enough to stumbled upon what we now call home.
Since I digressed, back to the PAX wardrobe and how we designed and built it. From the day we could officially call this apartment ours, I started brainstorming and creating Pinterest boards for each room (here is my cloffice inspo board). What was the most helpful, was printing out pictures of the PAX wardrobes I have seen and liked, because you literally sit at a computer in IKEA and build every single detail virtually yourself (down to the width between each shelf). Coming from someone that is easily overwhelmed, I found the pictures to be super helpful and had one of the workers sit with me to quickly build the foundation. Matt and I can hardly hand a picture straight on the wall in under an hour, so we opted to hire someone to build it for us upon delivery. To this day, we say it was the best money we ever spent, I would likely still be putting things together.
As for the rest of the space, I knew I wanted a floating desk in the middle with a bit of a mid century modern feel which flows with the rest of our apartment. I tried to keep things clean and simple since I opted for an exposed wardrobe system. If you guys have any questions, I am happy to answer them and you can check out a few other sneak peeks of my apartment over on LikeToKnow.it.home’s instagram today…I am taking it over!
WHAT’S IN MY CLOSET/OFFICE:
Wardrobe System is from IKEA (PAX Collection)
Succulent on desk
Puppy not for sale