We are always on the lookout for moveable room dividers that we can use to define a space in many ways, as mood or need dictates. We are taken with these moveable walls spotted at Desire to Inspire’s recent Studiopepe round-up. They appear to be made of two-by-fours faced with a thin plywood panel, and affixed to flat, stabilizing plywood feet. The structural two-by-fours become nooks in which to display art and artifacts.
But it is really the unexpected color that makes transforms them from a roughish wood structure into a practical, floating colorblock.
Think of the possibilities! Luis Barrigan’s pink walls come to mind…
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