Those who live in studios know the perks and drawbacks of small-space living. One thing is for sure: you have to get creative with your space. A frequent concern of studio inhabitants is making the bedroom area feel separate and private. For a simple, albeit transparent, solution, consider crafting a partition from copper pipes.
You will need:
- 13 1 ft by ½ inch copper rods, cut to size
- 4 ½ inch copper elbows
- 6 ½ inch copper tees
- Copper bonding solution
- Invisible hanging wire
- 2 cup hooks
Note: For a larger partition, adjust the measurements accordingly. You can also double the materials and make two.
- Assemble the pieces to form a ladder-like structure. Using bonding solution, connect the rods and joints. Situate five rods horizontally connected by eight vertical rods.
- Measure one foot on your ceiling and screw in the hooks on either side.
- Tie the wire from two corners of your copper frame and hang from the hooks.
- Personalize to your tastes using invisible wire, clothespins, pictures and keepsake cards.
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