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2-by-4 screen spans entry hall.

2-by-4 screen Clean, bold lines of fir 2-by4s give Barbara and John Carter's entry hall a rich texture. The 15-foot-long screen serves as a room divider, traffic director, and camouflage for a coat closet.

To lighten the structure and accent the screen's strong vertical lines, Tucson architect Ron Fridlind set 2-inch-wide spacer blocks cut from fir 4-by-4s between the 49 select-grade studs at waist height. The studs fit into dadoed 2-by-4 top and 4-by-4 base runners.

The walls of the built-in closet help divide the kitchen from the dining room.
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