I have been slowly decorating my work area in the office. It is a typical "cubicle" with dull gray fabric partitions and boring office supplies. My first project was purchasing a painter's dropcloth from the hardware store to cover the dull gray fabric walls. I bought the lightest weight dropcloth, 8oz. and 4 ft x 15 ft worked for the size that I needed.
I trimmed the dropcloth and hemmed the edges. I didn't want to attach the material permanently to the cubicle walls so I used the odd clips that they supply to hold things to these walls. But these clips looked horrible so this is where my Flower project came in.
If I have to use the clips to hold up the dropcloth walls then at least I can make them look interesting. I began by cutting some of the leftover dropcloth into 1 1/2" x 48" strips.
I will post more office photos as I complete more thrifted and vintage decorating projects. You can see my first office decorating project here. This is what started me thinking about completely redecorating my cubicle.
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