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dee

03:55AM | 03/19/00
Member Since: 03/18/00
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Hello everyone!!Im lookin to give my house a new look without spending alot of money.My problem at this point is that I have a fairly large living(long)I think that part of it may have been used as a second dinning area before, but I would like to place a partial wall and use part of the room as office space without closing it in too much any ideas or clues as to where to look for ideas will be appreciated.

Wick

04:45AM | 03/20/00
Hi Dee, a few thoughts. First, maybe a partial (half height) wall would provide the break that you're wanting and is extremely easy to make. Second, possibly a bookcase to break the room up. Anyway, here's one of my favorite sites that may lend some ideas Wood Projects. Post back up if you need more help!
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