Freestanding Room Dividers

Freestanding Room Dividers – Three Funky Choices

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Whether it’s to create a separation in a studio apartment or define areas in shared spaces, there are several ways to do it without compromising style and design.

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Depending upon your space and what you’re trying to solve, check out these three popular and creative freestanding room divider solutions. They fall into distinct categories; draperies, furniture, and room dividers featuring 3D art.

1. Freestanding Drapery Room Dividers

The best part of a freestanding room divider is not having to renovate or do any construction to separate space.

Splitting a space using draperies is a popular solution; install the rods on the ceiling and hang your drapes. Usually, you’ll purchase the ceiling rods and curtains separately. Just measure the length of drapes you’ll need to hang from your ceiling, and be sure to get the ones that match the latching system on the ceiling rod.

2. 3D Freestanding Room Dividers

If you would like to partition a space but also want to add artwork, use a 3D Art Room Divider. Use it to block light or create a defined area in a large room, or create a changing space in a large bedroom.

With these freestanding room dividers, you’ll solve real space problems while adding art simultaneously. There’s a wide variety of art designs; some are featured below, and you can find more here.  They’re stylish and attractive and will add depth, interest, and character to an otherwise dull area.

3. Furniture Wall Unit/Bookcases as Room Dividers

One of the useful things about using a bookcase or wall unit as a room divider is the extra storage and decorating space.

Open concept spaces can be sectioned off by selecting the right wall unit/bookcase to split or sub-divide the room. No set rule says you have to position it against a wall. You can easily place these in the center or side of a room to separate a larger space.

Use bookcases to feature books, plants, photos, and other sundry items. If you prefer more privacy than an open wall unit bookcase, fill it with books or even Vinyl records or any other decorative accessories you want to display.

The best part about all three of these ideas is their portability. If you’re a renter, you’ll certainly appreciate the benefits of solving a space problem without banging nails in the wall. When it’s time to move out, take them with you. Since they’re not fixtures, you can easily move them around to different rooms.

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