Screen 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. Go to a home improvement store and buy birch plywood and hardware.
Slip your trimmed panels, including corners, to free them of 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 room divider will be used and the existing interior. Paint your panels with primer. A primer will allow better adhesion and help to create a softer appearance. Turn panels over to paint the other sides with primer. Allow them to dry overnight, and apply a layer of paint. If you are looking for imitation finishing techniques or creating your own art on the panels, use the techniques and let the layer of paint completely dry. Seal your finished product using a layer of lacquer or shellacked.
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Put your panels back on a clean floor after they have completely dried up, and the outer (or finished) side flat on the floor. Measure where to place your hinges. And then, for example, if your screen room divider is 6 feet high, your first hinges should be attached to the 2-foot mark, and the next one possible is on the 4-foot brand. Mark measurements with a pen on all three panels. The last step, place depends on the brands you have measured on the screen interior and attach them with 1/2 inch screws Or use screws that come with hinges.