XoomRooms in Residential Spaces


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Our home is our escape. With the colder seasons arriving, we will spend more time in our houses where it’s warm and cozy. Studies have shown that we improve the decor of our home at a much higher frequency during the fall and winter months. Some potential improvements may include creating private, flexible space. But what if we want something more substantial than a flimsy curtain drawing a divide?
 XoomRooms walls provide structurally solid privacy without damaging the walls and ceiling of your home. XoomRooms are flexible, light-weight, versatile, and modular additions which you can personalize to your own particular style.

The walls are perfect for creating temporary contained play areas, a nursing area in your baby’s room, or breakfast nooks. They can also divide your living room into a temporary space for guests to sleep at night, and fold smoothly back into the wall when you’re ready to open the room back up in morning. These walls are perfect for pop-up guest areas over the holidays, and can even hide your serving area during large family meals.



Make your space your own with XoomRooms!

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