Making her Pinterest dreams come TRUE (we almost failed)
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So this started as an episode of design & conquer…. but ended up as a fun collab! We thought this room divider was too good not to make and show you how we did it. With some help from Wendy we were able to give her some serious ~ pinterest goals ~
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You guys are so inspiring!!! Love it!!!
Omg i absolutely love this!!!! I want to build this to divide my living and dining room!!! I still wanted it open but still wanted it to feel seperated at the same time!!! Absolutely love this look and idea!! Thank u so much for sharing! I’m seriously in love with this look!!!
I love the result it’s WOW!!
This was great project.
We’ll done! Thanks for the tips
Y’all did an awesome job. I just knew that fan was going to be in the way and get hit. You ladies Rock, thanks for sharing. New subbie here 🙂 🙂 🙂
Look amazing! Im curious. Was it cheaper than, if you buy a fully done one, with real glass, from store?
Is there a list of tools or measurements of thickness of timber and screws?
It is nice, but with mirir was more discret, they know do it, I se the video, very nice girls, I do this too
That came out butter. I love it. I’m a Pinterest head so I have definitely saved many similar designs. Great job ladies.
I just did my own version of this wall in my studio inspired by this video. It looks amazing! Thanks for this video it was definitely helpful.
stoooooop that looks amazing i wanna do this nowwww ‘;-;
This was gorgeous
Waiting to watch this once I get home today!!! This project had me feeling like we could do anything 💪💪💪💪 (us four girls WOO)
I don’t think it can lean by anybody
video does not provide any insight for what size wood to get or the cost and neither does their blog lol
Thanks you guys just saved me a lot. I’m building these walls in my office space
Definitely will use this as my idea por my dining room divider because there’s no privacy between the dining room and the living room
This is amazing. Well done!!
I know this is 3 years late, but great job! Your room looks fantastic!
wamans and tools
I really wanna make this do u guys have an info sheet of measurements and pieces
Inside view Is orribile….
I tried to look at your blog but it looks like it has been removed. Did you publish the size of wood you used and the size of your panes?
wow thats perfect. thanks
Absolutely love this!!!
I’m def doing this to create a room for my son in the living room. How did you screw in the small wooden pieces as I didn’t see your method in the video? On an angle? Where’s the best place to find plexiglass? Home Depot?
I came back to this video because I recently moved my bedroom has no door. It’s like a loft space I have the top floor in a cottage styled home. I can hear all the the noise on the lower level. I feel I can do this and my myself a bomb ass door. Thanks yall! 😊
I find it in really poor taste that you won’t answer even a few of the basic questions questions about your project. There are really well-intended inquiries from viewers who like your work and want to try their luck, but you ignore them. Yet you call this a ‘DIY’. Pretty stuck-up.
Did anyone tried this project?
Hello, I just wanted to know if you needed a building permit for this, as I live in Toronto and would like to build something like this for my apartment. Thanks
I’ve been trying to give myself the determination to build this for a whole year in my place. Told myself this year is the year to do it. I want to give it a greenhouse vibe for my bedroom space. I hope I get it right! Wish me all the luck available.
Definitely would have constructed the frame with pocket screws, then using a router, making a rabbit for individual panes of plexi. Would have looked more window-eque from both sides.
How much did it cost? And how much time did it take?
Omg this is exactly what I needed. God bless y’all 😭
It truned out gorgeous! Love it! How did you screw the smaller wood pieces to the larger ones? Did you use pocket screws or some other screwing system?
Thank you!!!!! I have been looking for glass partitioner and the shipping is honestly insane I will be using this method and making one myself
Nice. I would’ve made the bottom panels solid though so it looks sort of separate/closed off and it won’t look as cluttered because then you can’t see the bottom where she put the little table and plants. It’ll still be open, but adds a hint of privacy and looks less cluttered and seems more separate.
Hey @TheoSorryGirls, just came by your channel, through Drew´s Channel and I saw this video. I like the way it turned out and would like to know if there is any link for plexiglass, especially in Europe. Something affordable that is, since it´s kind of expensive for the EU. Thanks for your reply and looking forward to hearing from you soon.
I love your notebook – you make it a work of art lol
I so want to do this!!!
I want to do this in my insulated garage but with barn door rollers. I wonder if it can keep heat in the separated "room"
Do you think this would be possible to complete for a shower?
Wow yall did an amazing job
Would this withstand strong wind? Like on a rooftop garden
omg so fire you guys did an awesome job
So awesome !!!! Love love love
boring beguinings of stupid crap