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Old 07-30-2012, 08:05 AM   #1
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Curtain idea!!??

My daughter's room is the upstairs part of the house ...

She doesn't have a door to her room --- you go up the stairs, then 3 stairs to the right - has a bannister and that's all... it's one open area, it's the only room up there..

She wants a door to her room but it's impossible as it's not a doorway and the bannister is there... I know it's probably hard to picture... anyways, she wants more privacy, she's 9.

I was thinking of hanging a curtain rod from the ceiling of the entry way and just let a nice curtain hang from there, she can keep it open by tucking it on a curtain holder attached to her wall...

What do you think? can you picture it? I know it's hard...

I don't know what to do!
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:02 AM   #2
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I saw this on pinterest- yes I am addicted! I am thinking about doing this to hide my scrap space and thought it might work for you too?? It is a curtain room divider on wheels. I would think you could change the plans based on your needs?? Or make more than one, plus they roll out of the way and are not permanent? You can google pvc pipe room dividers and there are a lot of ideas too? I know pvc pipe might not look wonderful, but it is cheap and temporary. Just an idea. Without seeing a picture of your space it is hard to tell.

http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/how-...om-divi-146136
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:25 AM   #3
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Yes, that could work -- here is a pic of the area I'm talking about.. I'm thinking of just a rod from the ceiling so she can tie it out of the way and then let it loose when she has friends over or at night time...

If making something for less than 20 bux or so, keeps her happy, i'm happy!

PS - excuse the mess! She's in the process of re-arranging and cleaning!

Here is going up the stairs to the landing.. Hang a rod from the ceiling area to cover this space?



This is the area she'd like to cover w/ some sort of curtain/door
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:56 AM   #4
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I used to have a loft apt that is what I'm thinking about seeing the pics - I would curtain off the whole area (maybe do it 2 sided so one side is seen to go with the downstairs area & the other side fits her)
maybe on the door way hang beads
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