Idustrial/ Architectural Room Divider

February 25th, 2009 in member junk     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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Here is a multi-paned window that I hung over the top of the curtains and then covered some of the panes with a really groovy birch branch paper.
Another view
I used our favorite hardware Item..flanges, to hang the galvanized pipe as a curtain rod. I love the industrial look with the soft filmy curtains.
Here is a multi-paned window that I hung over the top of the curtains and then covered some of the panes with a really groovy birch branch paper.

Here is a multi-paned window that I hung over the top of the curtains and then covered some of the panes with a really groovy birch branch paper.


While working on my new junk room I have turned the shop upside down and sideways so that means everything needed to be changed. I needed a room divider between the kitchen area and one of the rooms in the shop so this is what I came up with. I found the birch branch wrapping paper and thought it would look good in the window panes. I still wanted some light to come through so I left some of the panes empty. I used the old stand-by flanges and galvanized pipe for curtain rods...only problem...when I want to change the curtains I have to unscrew at least one flange to get the pipe off. Good thing these go with everything. Next , I put the shop back together.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Georgia Moon Original
posted in: member junk, metal, industrial, glass, outdoor spaces, white, kitchen, porch, fabric, traditional, contemporary, mudroom, window coverings

Comments (6)

writes: Nice turn out Georgia! I like it a lot.
I agree with Jim - let's see more snaps of that fabulous store of yours!!

XO JennyK Posted: 1:21 am on February 28th
fellowjunker writes: I love the idea of using old windows as room dividers Geo. This looks oh so pretty!!!!
xojanis Posted: 9:59 pm on February 26th
CreepinJen writes: I like the idea of using paper in some of the panes. The birch paper sure is groovy! The curtains will stay pretty secure with the flanges. Probably a really wise choice for a doorway. Posted: 6:44 pm on February 26th
SeaGlassLady writes: Being a huge fan of both birches and aged architectural artifacts, I just love this! Posted: 10:46 am on February 26th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I recently saw an episode of Color Splash that used birch tree paper on the walls and thought it looked so cool. Looking at your divider display I feel the same way. Great solution, Georgia!
Candy Posted: 8:31 am on February 26th
JunkArchitect writes: This is another really cool project by Georgia Moon. What a great idea to only cover some of the glass with paper. It makes it so much more interesting then if all the panes were covered. Let’s see more photos of your store. Posted: 9:45 pm on February 25th
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