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Old 10-25-2008, 06:18 PM   #1
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I have a tenant that does not appreciate the hand-painted artwork on one 8' x 14' wall in the home. Can anyone suggest a method to cover the wall without destroying the artwork? Removable wallpaper? Removable paint?
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Would it be possible to turn that wall into a wall of drapes or curtains? Use some inexpensive or recycled rods and hang opaque panels or drapes in a color or pattern more pleasing to the tenant might work. Does the artwork cover the entire expanse of the wall? Perhaps you would only need to cover a portion of the wall.

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Would it be possible to turn that wall into a wall of drapes or curtains? Use some inexpensive or recycled rods and hang opaque panels or drapes in a color or pattern more pleasing to the tenant might work. Does the artwork cover the entire expanse of the wall? Perhaps you would only need to cover a portion of the wall.
Thanks, that sounds like a possible solution. The artwork covers the entire 8' x 14" wall.
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