Movable Partition Wall Ideas

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Movable Partition Wall Ideas
Movable walls increase the flexibility of interior space. (Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

Movable partition walls give you more flexibility in your home or office than you would get with a permanent wall. A movable partition that can be used as a soundproof barrier or folded against or inside of another wall gives you both one large room and two smaller rooms in the same space.

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Studio Apartment

Make your small one-room apartment more flexible and useful by installing a movable partition that can turn the room into a bedroom and living room. Each separate room will necessarily be quite small, but this can be a useful set-up in a small apartment, for example, if two people who keep different hours are sharing it and one has to be up while the other is sleeping. A small and simple divider can fold up against the wall or be stored in a closet when not in use.

Office

Offices have many different activities going on in them at different times of the day. The same space may be needed for a large staff meeting at one time and for several different small projects at another time. By having movable partitions in the office, employees can modify their workspace according to the needs of the moment. A partition that is equipped with soundproofing is ideal because it can isolate different activities from each other and reduce distractions.

Church Functions

Churches are used by communities for jumble sales, scout troop meetings and church dinners. By installing movable partition walls, the congregation can make the space available to several different groups at the same time but still use the entire room for large gatherings.

Sports Facilities

Movable partitions can be made or purchased in large sizes for gymnasiums and other sports venues, which can be particularly important for sporting events because it prevents balls, pucks and other equipment from flying where they're not wanted. A partition down the centre of a gym can also reduce the echo effect of the large space and improve the acoustics.

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