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The March issue of Dwell features an amazing Melbourne house with a spacious, multi-level layout. With DIY on the brain this month, we were particularly excited about the handmade bedroom partition that the owner created…
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In order to prevent the space from feeling boxy and uninteresting, the owners used different architectural elements to create flow and divide the space. To create a privacy partition, Cat Macleod wove strips of architectural felt through floor to ceiling wires at the edge of the room. By varying the lengths of felt and creating a subtle pattern in the weave, Macleod created a beautiful, changeable room divider that is “at once soft and industrial in feel.”
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )
This idea can be applied in a myriad of ways in a relatively simple fashion. This could be a great way to create a headboard, divide a room, or even create a window covering. Some eye-hooks, picture wire, and felt or other interesting material, and you’re off!

To read the entire article, visit the Dwell website.