Whether you would like to create private or have an open floorplan, cosy spaces in your house the right room divider can make all the difference. The pictures in this post use everything from shrubbery to curtains to nautical rope to create spaces that are beautiful, exceptional and instead go well beyond a folding screen.
This marble wall that is low conceals an office space as well as acts as a mount for a flatscreen.
Installing a whole wall just isn’t necessarily a choice. This panel that is big only affixes in a few locations, making removal and installation simple. It also provides perfect place to display artwork, as you can view.
Modern and nautical, this rope room divider is really a pretty easy DIY.
In this modern office space, the area divides with tall spiky greenery appearing in the rear of a low sofa that is modern.
An even more vertical alternative, with built-in planters, this wall is part room divider, part garden.
The wood slats that float up with this specific stairway are a lovely design component in this wood heavy residence.
Using a bookshelf that is huge to divide a room is a good practical utilization of space as seen here. The more books you amass, the more different things get.
It is than made up for by the refined look, although a bit less privacy is possible with these wooden slat sliding doors.
This plant divider is a bit more opaque and needs standard trimming (along with water) to keep its sleek shape.