I need to divide up an office space with room dividers. I could hang them from the ceiling or I could stand them on the floor. Sound deadening will be part of the desired outcome. Each of three sections of divider will include a 90 degree corner, so the turn alone could go a ways toward standing the things up if that the way I go.
I built a room divider years ago with what amounted to sculpted berber carpet glued to plywood. I could go somewhere in that direction again, or not.
I’ll appreciate any suggestions of materials or techniques that you folks have found to be useful.
The room I’ll be dividing has 10′-8″ ceilings with 80+ year old original pressed tin in pretty good condition. Someone once hung a grid ceiling under this old beauty and there are still screwed-in hanger tabs all over the ceiling. Due, I’m guessing, to the height of the ceiling and the fact that everything was painted off-white, those tabs are hardly noticable.
Thanks for your thoughts.