Whether you’ve got an open floorplan or just wish to create private, cosy spaces in your home the right room divider can make all of the difference. The pictures in this post use everything from shrubbery to drapes to nautical rope to make spaces that are beautiful, unique and instead go well beyond a folding screen.
This plant divider is a bit more opaque and needs standard trimming (along with water) to keep its sleek shape.
This marble wall that is low also functions as a mount to get a flatscreen and hides an office space.
Part art installation, part partition, this snowflake design that is brilliant also has pockets for alternative décor or reading material.
An even more vertical solution, this wall with built in planters is part room divider, component garden.
Installing a whole wall just isn’t at all times an option. This big panel affixes in a couple of places, making removal and setup simple. In addition, it provides perfect place to display artwork, as you are able to view.
This medal room divider appears almost pixelated, letting it mix easily with all the industrial design of this loft that is urban.
Nautical and contemporary, this rope room divider is really a fairly simple DIY.
In this urban space, the kitchen itself acts as a central divider.