The open layout isn’t always an option if you want to have more privacy in the home. Room dividers would be a great idea to have, but small spaces may restrict you to have this luxury. The fact is you can still have room dividers regardless of the size of your space. You just have to try these room divider ideas below!
Using Bookcase As a Room Divider
It’s brilliant to have a room divider that functions as storage too, right? A bookcase could be the perfect answer for that. This sleek wood bookcase, for instance, divides the open living area. Most of all, it doesn’t block sunlight to invade the space.
A wall of bookcases was added to provide a more private space for the bedroom.
In this small studio, you could only see a built-in bookcase. However, it has multiple functions; a divider to separate the living space from the bedroom and as a storage.
Hanging Room Divider Ideas
When you can do nothing to the floor space, why not realize these hanging room divider ideas? Designed by blooming, the room divider looks as if it was made of a textile in a laser-cut pattern. The truth is, it’s actually beyond that! Each facet or diamond can be titled to open to offer a custom look.
You can also hang a curtain like this one that features large metal grommets from a simple chrome bar that has been mounted on the ceiling.
Inspiring Geometric Room Divider
If you want to have a design feature that creates an illusion of dividing a small or spacious area without closing it off, you might like these ideas. The panels of stacked wood blocks separate the living and dining room while adding a graphic look to the interior.
You can also have a custom metal panel with vines and leaves as the divider and in the process create beautiful shadows on the floor when the daylight comes.
This glass and iron room divider provides a focal point to this industrial style loft.