Brilliant Room Divider Ideas

Published on NewsOK Published: February 27, 2013

Panel systems

For a more expensive option, panel track systems usually used on windows can also be used as room dividers. These offer a modern, high-tech look that is attractive and functional. Cover up a kitchen wall or the bedroom area. Panels are modern looking yet provide a great deal of privacy without totally blocking the light. This is an excellent option for those looking for a clean look in their space. Installing the tracks that the panels hang from could require the help of a handyman; check with your landlord before installing the panels to ensure that you will get your security deposit back.

Free standing walls

Interior designer Vicente Wolf lives in a loft apartment in the Garment District in New York City. Large open spaces can be even more of a challenge than small spaces when it comes to dividing up the space. In order to create a sense of privacy for the bedroom area of his space, and to add additional storage, Wolf built a three-sided standing wall that backs up to his bed. A very theatrical, yet practical solution. One side of the wall is bedroom, the other side could be for display, covered storage or whatever is needed.

Linda Merrill is an interior designer who works with Boston painting contractors and writes for Networx.com.

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