How to Make Room Divider Screens
Room Divider Screens – can create a dramatic effect in a room next to provide personal information or concealment. They can be easily assembled and personalized to reflect your style or decor. Cut 2-by-2-inch plates in 6-foot lengths. You need eight to four panels. You can make as many panels as you want. Each panel will be 24 inches across, then four panels create an 8-foot room divider. Cut eight sections of 2-by-2-inch boards 20 inches long. Cut eight dowels 22 inches long and sand the ends down with some rough sandpaper.
Place 2 city 2s down and measure 3 inches down from the top and 3 inches up from the bottom on one side and make a mark to drill for your dowels. Make sure you live in exactly the same place on each 2-by-2, so the dowels will be straight. Drill the holes. Paint or stain and seal all your pieces. It will be easier to touch up in a few locations or than trying to paint or stain room divider screens when they are assembled. Let them dry thoroughly.
Place wood glue on one end of the dowel and place it in the hole. Repeat with the second dowel. Add glue to the other end of the dowel and push the other post on. Put the two short pieces of 2 urban 2s top and bottom, and turn up on the outside of room divider screens. Cut your fabric to 5 meters 11 inches long, 21 inches long. Sewing both ends and up the sides with a double-fold 1/4-inch at the bottom.