Responding to a need to find something inexpensive that would not detract from the expansiveness of the open plan space, Morgan devised these rope walls to create rooms in an upholstery shop; it would work just as effectively in a home to divide up an open plan space.
Inexpensive jute is hung from the ceiling to the floor, held taut by a pair of simply constructed wood boxes. The result is a beautiful, effective and inexpensive divider that sections off the main room from the offices. That it's also textural is an added bonus, adding a sculptural dimension to otherwise plain and barren rooms.
For the full details on how Morgan did it, visit:The Brick House.
Images: The Brick House