Creating Spaces by Awesome Room Dividers.

Room dividers and screens help separate a large space into smaller ones and allow for dual room functionality in the same floor area. In a small space, room dividers add privacy without taking up much square footage. Turn a huge living room into both a living room and dining room with a simple yet decorative partition. Room dividers make the perfect accent furniture, too. We can choose a more ornate room divider for a pop of interesting home decor or a solid privacy screen to section off your bed from a shared living space.

A folding screen is a traditional answer to separating or hiding areas and preventing drafts. It is easy to fold up and put away when guests come over for a party to make room for dancing and socializing and just as easy to put back up when you’re ready to have your multifunctional room again. Put a decorative screen up behind the sofa for a beautiful seating backdrop, or make your own little home office anywhere you have an extra nook. A room divider or screen with shelving to store your other favorite decorations, books, or magazines can be of great utility. We can even place a small desk behind your room divider and use the shelves for your office space.


Sliding room dividers make stylish replacements for traditional doors to the bedroom, bathroom, or anywhere else you like to keep private. At the same time, some room dividers are transparent or porous in order to allow you and house guests to see from room to room while giving each room its own individuality. Tame your large space with a room divider or screen, keeping the space balanced and letting each room transition into one another. Mirrored room dividers open up spaces and make a small room seem larger and more inviting.


source:yatzer.comAbove: For a meeting space for a creative agency in Shoreditch, East London, the Interior Designer devised a patchwork white oak lattice room divider.The solution to the needs for privacy and a division of function in the studio obtained by designing a partition wall which has a defining presence in the space.

Above: For a meeting space for a creative agency in Shoreditch, East London, the Interior Designer devised a patchwork white oak lattice room divider.The solution to the needs for privacy and a division of function in the studio obtained by designing a partition wall which has a defining presence in the space.
The structure ensures that people are aware of activity from either side in a non-intrusive way.


Above: A floating art-covered wall, to showcase design objects, furniture, antiques and art. The all-white space serves as a blank canvas where innovative modern design meets the unparalleled craft of traditional furniture making. In these photos, the spaces have been transformed  with different furniture, objects and art.

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Above: A room divider made of dowels.


Above: Open shelving as a room divider.


Above: Here’s a clever idea for a room divider, a simple rope screen made with two wooden dowels .



Above:Colorful vertical panels make an eye-catching retractable wall. Extending the track beyond the recess means the panels, when open, could stack out of view and leave the doorway uncluttered.



Above:Opaque glass lets light filter through these elegant sliding doors between the rooms.


Open shelving, as long as it is well finished both sides, makes an excellent contemporary see-through screen and display.

Use Billy bookcases.


Or use a staggered bookcase system for a more airy feel.


Plants work very well to fill up vertical space.


Make a recycled wooden pallet room divider that can easily hang things on.Not only does this give an extra wall space for art and photos, also it avoids hammering down nail on a wall.

String thick rope from floor to ceiling.



Mentally section off an office area with these custom-built wooden boxes and jute rope.

Put a barn door on sliders.


Hang a curtain on a rolling rack.


This way you can also move the room divider around.

Create a secret door with moving bookcases.


Use floor-to-ceiling pole shelving in a Danish modern inspired home.


One of the staples of the ’50s and ’60s modernist style are free-floating shelves made from teak.

Save even more space by adding a desk to the shelving unit.


 Hang pots from a ceiling rack to divide the kitchen from another space.


A Closet system with its sliding doors.



 Or use it as a freestanding closet divider.



In this loft, the PAX system served as an entertainment center for the living room and a closet for the bedroom in a large loft space.

Revamp an old screen divider with chicken wire.


Attach 2 or 3 doors with hinges to make a screen-like divider.


If you’ve got that shabby chic look going on.

Create a wall from old vintage LPs.


 Cover wooden frames with fabric and make a folding screen out of them.



Or hang the panels from the ceiling using hooks.


You can easily detach the panel, too, in case you need a more tentative divider solution.

Cover a store-bought screen divider with chalkboard paint.


Use it to help customize your decor for holidays, or write down the day’s menu for a kitchen space.

Create lit panels using IKEA’s Orgel paper lamp.


Just wire up the light series of your choice to give a different visual effect.

Use upright branches, bamboo, or tall houseplants to visually divide a living space.


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Placing a series of tall plants in planters can also work as dividers.


This planter-on-casters is a super way to provide a movable divider.

Adding a room divider to an airy open plan space or any room desiring an upgraded looks will help define different zones, separating them visually, but not spoil the uncluttered look.

Room dividers are also economical and easier way to revamp the room’s look.



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