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jcc0621
06-07-2008, 12:25 PM
We stayed at Pop last year and loved it so much that we are staying again in August:cool1: :cool1:

The only thing I didn't like was the fact that there is no privacy curtain between the sink area and the rest of the room. My thought is this, bring a tension rod and a shower curtain and create my own.

So, my question is this..does any one have any idea how large that opening is?:confused3

TIA for your help!

KarlandPam
06-07-2008, 01:45 PM
...but since you've insisted, here's a quote from the Groovier, New Pop Century FAQ thread under Tips and Misc Stuff:

If you need additional privacy from the vanity area or if you're looking to darken the sleeping area while you’re getting ready in the morning, pack a tension rod and shower curtain w/rings or a regular curtain. Place this between the vanity area and the bed area. The width of this "doorway" is 38", so plan accordingly. An alternative is to use two Command Adhesive (removable) Hooks and hang shower curtain on the hooks.

kaytieeldr
06-07-2008, 02:41 PM
There is no tension at Disney
Cute!

jcc0621
06-07-2008, 03:34 PM
...but since you've insisted,

:lmao:

... here's a quote from the Groovier, New Pop Century FAQ thread under Tips and Misc Stuff:

If you need additional privacy from the vanity area or if you're looking to darken the sleeping area while you’re getting ready in the morning, pack a tension rod and shower curtain w/rings or a regular curtain. Place this between the vanity area and the bed area. The width of this "doorway" is 38", so plan accordingly. An alternative is to use two Command Adhesive (removable) Hooks and hang shower curtain on the hooks.

Thanks! I read that thread and completely missed this. Guess that's what happens when your 4 year old climbing on your lap when you are trying to read:)

twinboysmommy
06-07-2008, 10:25 PM
We stayed at POP last July and that's what we did - it worked out GREAT for us! I had to estimate the width of the doorway and got a tension rod that was too long, but as you can see in the 2nd picture I just used the wall instead of the door frame on the 2nd side. That ended up making it easy to slide the curtains back out of the way when we weren't using them. We leave in a few days for POP again and we are planning on doing the same thing as last summer.
Kristie :)



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