Best ideas for room dividers
We all look for our cozy space of intimacy and tranquility, especially in our small apartment. This is how the “bonus room” concept arose in contemporary architecture, namely that small refuge room where one can easily hear his thoughts. If we cannot afford such a room, then we can easily turn to room dividers to create our own corner of intimacy. Another advantage of these separators is maintaining the ﬂexibility to change a space’s utility with relative ease. Here are a few of the best ideas for room dividers:
An easy DIY divider, as pictured here, is a first solution to your needs. It gives your room a rustic dash and matches the wooden floor perfectly. It can be made of wood planks or, more conveniently, old wood pallets.
What others discard you can use ingeniously to secure the much desired intimacy corner. Three such old doors are an answer – touch them up with a light sanding and some paint, hinge them together and get a swanky room divider. Consider mixing different styles for a stronger visual effect.
Take a look at this small branch woven screen. It can be installed in your room, but also on the patio or in the garden to shield yourself from your neighbors’ inquisitive looks.
But what else could come handiest in dividing a room other than a bookcase? If small, it can be easily moved around and create those corners of intimacy.
Of course, the most practical are these folding screens, which take up little visual weight. They are also on casters, making them easy to move around.
Among other ideas for room dividers is a large cupboard with stacked shelves right in the entry hall. Besides obliterating the bed behind, it also creates a functional entryway with lots of storage.
Curtains can easily split a room in half and is probably the handiest room divider one can rely on.
Last, but not least, you can always turn to a mirror when looking for room dividers. It enhances natural lighting in the room and also gives you this feeling of a larger space.
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