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Room Divider Ideas

Posted by pink_warm_mama_1 (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 8, 13 at 8:15

Have a four-panel wooden room divider which is empty. Want a light and cheerful look on both sides. Have wondered about fabric, of course, and even wall paper. Suggestions for something different would be greatly appreciated.


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RE: Room Divider Ideas

mirror tiles...decoupage...hang pictures on it or attach them to the wood.


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RE: Room Divider Ideas

I have two room dividers which currently have anaglypta type wallpaper that I did a paint treatment on. However recently in a store I saw a divider made of 3 vintage doors that had gathered sheer fabric. I'm planning to do that with one of mine - it was a lovely soft look for a bedroom. I'm planning to glue old dress patterns in each section of the other one.

Other ideas:

~Stretch yarn or twine between tacks from top to bottom. Or buy one of those bead curtains and use the beaded strings.

~For a rustic look attach twigs.

~Fretwork panels are available at home improvement stores.

~Bamboo roll-up blinds could be cut and attached.

~Attach heavy rolled decorative gift wrap.

One can often find ideas for projects by wondering around building supply, craft, or dollar stores. Or let your fingers wonder the internet! :)


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