When I came across the first image that accompanies this article, that was enough to inspire me to make this entry about practical ideas of room dividers, that help us to create new spaces and to divide areas within a room. Room dividers can be a very useful resource to generate some privacy in a room and also in Small spaces.
Types of room dividers
In this series of images that I compiled can rescue some of these ideas, which help us create spaces and at the same time decorate an interior.
As I said, there are different possibilities to create room dividers, which not only fulfill their function of separating a space, but also are very decorative.
The example of the first image is a shelving unit, which separates a living area, a living room, from a dining room.
In the previous case, the light passes from one side to the other without problems. But in the next image, as it is a wall, the division is more marked, and only allows the luminosity to flow between one area and another by the highest part of the wall, since it is a wall at half height that does not reach to the roof.
Here, a modern option, some type curtains Japanese panel, Which give a certain intimacy to the bedroom area and delimit it.
At the same time, if they are small spaces, they are a good alternative.
The following images show us rooms that have been divided using furniture and modular pieces.
In the first case, it is a robust wardrobe with a simple design, without textures and without hardware, which makes it quite comfortable with the walls of the room.
While the last photo shows us an original alternative, we also used a shelf that divides a bedroom from a work area. To provide more privacy to the rest area a curtain was placed between both sides of the furniture.
In addition this shelf serves as storage space and as a desk, which is used and saves even more space.