Create Cubicle Privacy with a Cubedoor

Last Updated Sep 5, 2007 3:01 PM EDT

cubedoor.jpgRemember WKRP in Cincinnati's Les Nesman, who built an office for himself with masking-tape "walls" outlined on the floor? He'd have loved the Cubedoor, a cubicle attachment that creates a bit of privacy for the inhabitant. Designed like a window shade, the Cubedoor mounts on one side of cubicle doorway and slides across to the other side, where it attaches to a hook that keeps it extended. Result: a 32-inch-high opaque "door." Almost makes me wish I still worked in a cube! The Cubedoor sells for $34.95 (plus a very reasonable 99 cents for shipping), but you'll have to wait a while to get one: It's currently on backorder. [via Lifehack.org]
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