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Room Divider - Any Ideas?

Posted by doone (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 28, 08 at 12:32

I have a 3-piece antique Oak room divider. It's fallen apart in some places. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had any ideas what to do with it. I was thinking of putting it out on freecycle for someone else...but just wondered if anyone has any NEAT ideas of what to do with it (in case I want to keep it!)

Thanks.


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RE: Room Divider - Any Ideas?

Can you post a picture so we can get a better idea what we're working with?


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RE: Room Divider - Any Ideas?

OOOOh a pic would work, but is it the fabric coming off or is it the wood messed up? Because some nice fabric and a staple gun or glue gun could works magic on those. My Walmart had a few bolts of toile on the clearance rack. I resisted and didn't buy any but toile works so well with many different decorating styles.


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RE: Room Divider - Any Ideas?

Our Goodwill sometimes has yards of fabric for sale (real cheap).


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