We are moving my mom with us in our home. There are no bedrooms downstairs and she cannot walk upstairs. We have settled on converting a downstairs living room into a bedroom. Currently, the living room has two openings. One near the front door is a standard interior door width wide and the second is probably 15 foot. We need to close those two openings so that we can heat and cool her room to higher temperatures than the rest of the house.
We do not want to add permanent walls since this will affect the carpeting.
Initially, I found insulating door curtains which are used to cover a door or window for insulating against leaks. This is a relatively cheap and probably effective solution. However, I would prefer to install some sort of temporary wall almost like an office cubicle unit.
Any ideas? Has anyone else had to confront this sort of issue?