11-10-2010 12:43 PM
I just had a couple of qualifying questions before we could recommend a few options for you.
1. How temporary are they going to be?
2. Do you want them to be a standard 2 X 4 construction or more of a room divider (light weight)?
3. Do you want the walls to go all the way up to the ceiling or just a standard 8’ ceiling height with the top open?
4. What kind of flooring are you putting it on?
Ok that should give us a good idea on what direction to point you in. Once we get a few answers we will be sure to give you a couple of great ideas. Thanks for your post.
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01-16-2012 11:03 AM
I am in a similar situation as the person who originally posted this question, My guest may be semi-permanent, but I am interested in putting in a permanent wall to divide my kitchen from my livingroom. as well as using a temporary room divider. Any help would be deeply appreciated.