Stacking vertically is functional and works well, but the ability to stack diagonally adds a whole new dimensions of use.
In addition, paper screens (readily available at Home Depot) are not only aesthetically pleasing but allow endless possibilities for creativity. Anything you can do on paper you can do on these blinds! For example, lights can be placed inside the box to create artistic silhouettes or projections. Transparencies can also be used in place of paper screens for another level of customization.
Before starting construction, Solidworks models were created to set dimensions and visualize assembly.
Step 1: Purchase Necessary Supplies
4 - 12"x12"x1/2" wood (we used plywood)
1 - 12"x12"x1/8" MDF
4 - L brackets with accompany 1/2" screws
8 - additional 1/2" screws
2 - magnets
1 - 11" wide folding screen (length is up to your own discretion)
Each Support Triangle
2 - 12"x12"x1/2" pieces of wood
1 - L bracket with accompany 1/2" screws
The folding screen is a temporary paper window screen that was purchased from Home Depot. You can also make your own by folding a large piece of paper.