Hanging panel room divider can be decorative and functional elements of the decoration of a room. Create your own fabric room dividers to separate the dining space from the living room to the section of a small home office or to create additional storage space in a living room. Hanging room dividers covered in cloth can also camouflage an unsightly playground or pipe and other undesirable architectural needs.
Create hanging partitions, covering 1/4 inch thick plywood panels with the desired fabric. Cut the plywood panels into 1 to 2 foot wide sections to fit the desired height of the divider. Wrap the fabric around the plywood and staple items in place. Cover the discontinuous filament seams in the form of a hot-glue tape or other decorative elements on them. Hang the roof beam panels close enough together to create a grid style divider.
Build a variety of four-sided wooden frames from 1-inch-wide strips of wood to make hanging room dividers. Nail, screw or, the wooden strips next to the corners to create the desired size of the divider panel. Make a large panel or several thin panels to divide the space. a section of the staple of the fabric to the front and on the back of the frame; overlap the fabric when you connect it to the wooden moldings. This type of open frame design work best if the thin or pure fabric is use to cover the spacers. No wood or canvas blocks the center of the divider, so light can get through the panels.