Room Dividers That Rock!

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While open floor plans are divine, they are not suitable for every lifestyle. Room dividers, when done cleverly, are brilliant.  In lieu of your typical Japanese screen, here are a few clever ideas to divide your space and maintain it’s flow!

Above, a wall of vintage filing drawers provide chic storage as well as a sense of separation in open spaces.

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And here, a glamorous trompe l’oeil divider separates space while maintaining an airy feeling of openness.

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I am a big fan of this color blocked, stretched fabric room divider. It becomes an art piece as well as a room partition.

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And, let’s face it, when is a wall of plants ever a bad thing? Here you can turn a cheapie shelving unit into a greenhouse of goodness.

You can cleverly come up with your own designs.  My loft in Soho was partitioned with PVC pipe and burlap. It worked!  You can always find a way to flow with your floor plan & make it work for you!

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Deepti October 27, 2016 at 2:50 pm

Hi,
I wanted to get the book, but somehow the link is not working. Do you have another link? I was reading about the dividers. I was planning to divide my bedroom, but does the divider need to touch the ceiling?

thanks, DV

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danaclaudat October 28, 2016 at 4:23 pm

Hi Deepti. No the divider does not need to touch the ceiling (great question) but it’s great if it creates what you personally percieve to be a real division that creates privacy and separation. The easiest I’ve found is to use a room curtain (I’ve done this before, installing pvc pipe as a curtain rod on the ceiling and creating a seperation with fabric) but you’ll find your best way! Here is the link that should work: http://www.fengshuidana.com/feng-shui-101-how-to-transform-the-place-where-you-live-into-a-home-that-you-love/

xoxoxo

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