As someone in a rental, I am not allowed to drill into the walls. so i thought I might make a temp wall as I wish to mount some computer monitors and a tv on swing mounts so that I can watch tv and play pc in bed due to a recent bad back making seating painful. my query is would a kitchen benchtop slid down the gap between the box bed frame and the wall be strong enough to hold the mounts and the monitors?
was thinking to add a pegboard frame to add stability and a larger base
Would it be possible for you to post a photo of your bed and the area you are planning to put the artificial wall into. This will give us a better idea of what we need to do recomendation wise. Thanks!
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Welcome to Workshop. Really sorry to read of your bad back - I'm sure we can also sympathise.
Great to see you have already received a helpful reply from redracer. Hopefully you can share some photos for us so the community can see what you are working with and give more specific advice.
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