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Temporary Glass Door Coverup behind Bed? Good Questions

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 07, 2012 01:08 AM
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by Regina Yunghans (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Jan 06, 2012

Q: I need your help! I am moving into a loft in downtown Los Angeles. There are non-functioning frosted glass doors in some of the walls. This happens to be where I will be placing my bed. I really d




 

 

0106_gq03.jpg Q: I need your help! I am moving into a loft in downtown Los Angeles. There are non-functioning frosted glass doors in some of the walls. This happens to be where I will be placing my bed. I really don't want a door (even though it's non-functioning) behind my headboard. Can you offer ANY solutions to covering this up? I will be renting, so this has to be non-permanent, and I would prefer it to go to the floor so that I do not hear people walking or air flow. (Really looking for ideas besides hanging/draping fabric). Thanks so much for any thoughts and advice!!



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