Shutter room divider can create a sense of privacy, hide problem areas in the home or mark the point between a living room and another. Room divider is very useful in large open spaces and ceilings crying on separate, smaller and more intimate areas alive. They are also practical for bedrooms, to create a private place to dress and dress
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Go to a home improvement store and buy birch plywood and shutter room divider. They can be sold in large slices, but they can be cut to the right size for you in the store. Slip your trimmed panels, including corners, to free them from any unevenness that may cling to clothes or ugly. Rub the dust with a soft cloth.
Determine the type of finish you want to use on your panels. Consider where the screen will be used and the existing interior. You can try a decoupage technique with nature scenes or favorite photos or a faux-finish painting technique such as sponge or remover. The soft-looking shabby chic would be suitable for a bedroom. See Resources for Multiple closing ideas for your shutter room divider. Paint your panels with primer. A primer will allow better adhesion and help create a softer appearance. To do this, plug all three panels up against a basement wall, and paint a side and edges with primer. Allow the panels to dry for 24 hours, and then use a layer of paint. Let it dry.