Build a DIY room divider: With a few simple steps, a simple drying rack can be transformed into an airy, light screen with which you can define individual areas in your home as you wish.
#WayfairDIY: A creative furniture hack with Wayfair
If I ask you what is best to do with a drying rack, most of you will surely answer this question with “drying clothes”. That makes sense, as the name suggests. I recently found out on the other that there are other options for what you can do with such a stand Wayfair blog shown. Because, for example, it can be combined with the light, airy material Viennese braid also build a pretty chic room divider.
If you don’t know the online shop yet: Open Wayfair.de you will find everything about your home such as furniture, lamps, textiles, decoration and much more. The selection is very extensive and there is something for every budget. The Wayfair Basics collection is a product range with household essentials that are functional & qualitative and at the same time affordable. These basic products, which also include the drying rack from this project, are wonderfully simple and reserved and are therefore perfect for individualizing them or transforming them into something completely new with a hack, for example, to use them as a room divider to build.
You can’t wait and want to find out how you can build a room divider out of such a drying rack? Then you get HERE directly to the instructions. There I will also tell you what the clothes horse looked like before the hack.
Build room dividers: set light, airy limits
Room dividers are really practical, especially for smaller apartments. If you have to make do with little space, you should use it effectively and at the same time flexibly. With a room divider, you can separate individual areas depending on your current needs. Whether a cozy seating area or the workplace – with screens, rooms can easily be subdivided. It is important that room dividers are not too heavy in weight and do not appear too bulky overall, so that they can be easily moved on the one hand and do not set too hard limits on the other and crush the room. The latter is an extremely relevant aspect, especially for small rooms. Therefore I have this project with one of my favorite materials, with Viennese braid implemented because it is light and airy and is still suitable for effectively shielding areas.
At the same time, such a room divider also offers storage space, for example for bags, towels, clothing and much more. Thanks to the structure of the Viennese mesh, there is also space for notes, photos, cards and office utensils on my screen, which can be attached using paper clips and small hooks. This makes the mesh room divider the perfect partition for the home workplace.
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