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I built a new house this year and wanted to create walls for my haunt that were easy to take down and required minimal storage. (Wife wanted to be able to park in the garage before the snow hit. The panels are made from 2x3s held together with brackets. Painters canvas is attached to the top and bottom 2x3 to allow for roll up when disassembling. Hope this helps anyone looking for a reusable and easy to store wall system!

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Thanks, Mavandice. Just this morning, I was talking to my wife about ways to build walls. I've been debating PVC, panels, etc. This right here looks great. How many 2 x 3 boards did you need? How tall are they...looks about 6-7 feet? Did you just staple the canvas to the wood?

All looks pretty simple. Thanks for sharing!
 

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I like it. I've been using scene setters and just black painters tarp for a few years and have grown tired of it. Liking the idea of changing it out.
 

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I bought around 40 of them. I used a staple gun to assemble tha canvass but ensured lots of staples for securement. The walls are actually rather tall as I have a tall garage and are around 8'.

I'm glad you liked it!
 
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