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Proulx06 05-09-2012 09:02 AM

Temporary/Fake wall to hide computer in bedroom?
 
We have a rather large bedroom in an addition over our garage (about 30x25). We want to put a large desk in the room so I can move my office there, but don't want to stare at computers and papers and monitors all day. I'm looking for ideas for either a temporary wall or some moveable divider to help split the room up a bit. Does anyone have any ideas or inspiration?

My two thoughts were either those accordion-style dividers, or some sort of stud-and-drywall half-wall that I'd only screw into the floor (so I can remove it later if needed).

TIA!

TaliDesign 05-10-2012 07:01 PM

Hi,
There is an option of pressurized wall.
I used this option in one of the apartments I decorated in NYC.
It looks like a regular wall (mine had also a door), it's not expensive and you can ask them to take it down when you don't want the wall anymore.
Good luck,
TaliDesign

user1007 05-14-2012 03:46 PM

Why not put it on a sliding track? Here is an article that appeared on Lifehacker today.

http://lifehacker.com/5910105/hidden...cret-workspace


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