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Make your own room divider for very little expense and effort.  Easily customizable to your required size and color/fabric.  I completed mine in about 2 hours, but the most time I spent was ironing the matierial I used to cover the frame.  Hope yours is as easy as mine was!

Step 1: Measure your space and decide the dimensions of your project.

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Figure out how tall and wide you want the divider. The space I needed to fill was unusual, taller than wide. My dimensions were 6' tall and only 5' wide. This design is especially useful for small spaces because you don't need to bend mutiple panels to keep it upright. I used it to seperate a small living room into two parts.
 
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Tibbers1 year ago
May I ask how stable it is, Do you think filling up the bottom sectino with heavy rocks would help stabalise it?
PurpleSky (author)  Tibbers1 year ago
I would think so; you would need to adjust the design because there is no bottom PVC pipe to fill, but I would think the added weight would help to stabilize it.
This is perfect! I've been looking for a roomdivider for ages! It was either too expensive, too light (my cats jump on everything they can), too heavy (I'm sitting in a wheelchair), etc.
Than I decided to make one myself, from wood. But I was having trouble with the design.
This is so the solution for me! Thank you!
Drakekay2 years ago
Very Cool, Been looking for a simple design like this to separate my open light windows for plants from the rest of the room. With a little modification I could turn it into a three-walled setup. Thank you... :D
PurpleSky (author)  Drakekay2 years ago
My pleasure! Glad you found it useful...