Dividing the space and marking out certain areas can be done using plenty of options. The most popular are wooden or metal panels, hanging fabric curtains or sliding doors. Metal room divider screens are yet another idea which introduces quite a bit of character into the interior. Check out the options below.
Designed for indoor use, this 4-Panel Room Divider in Black Finish characterizes varnished wood construction and easy to fold design. The folding screen is inspired by vintage style, providing highly enhancing accents for modern décor.
Designed for indoor use, this 3-Panel Room Divider in Dark Espresso Finish characterizes fiberglass-like heavy duty rice paper design. Lightweight and functional, the room divider will surely find its purpose in any home.
Hanging Room Divider IKEA: Love this 4 my apt now. I could put my office furniture on the other side & Ray can have the office2 herself.
Cute attic apartment, with a barn door for the bathroom...this would work in the cabin. Yay inspiration!
Giant Pixel Office by Studio O+A. "At the office’s entrance, a blackened steel canopy was installed to create a separation between the reception and waiting areas and the office space. The canopy is perforated with a computer code pattern that looks lik
Love this for the trellis and even better they are local.... Beautiful idea for a privacy screen for a garden.
Interesting way to divide a room...I like how light still passes through to the other side.
I adore this screen. It's in a hotel in Bel Air but has a wonderful Oriental nature to it
Add privacy and structure to your #garden with stylish and practical fence ideas from @Gayle Roberts Merry Homes and Gardens.
I love this!I have a thing for screens, I have a very old ornate one thay I use as a headboard for my platform bed another one as a divider between two rooms. I love old screens to pieces!
could easily substitute old security doors or old windows or even wrought iron window covers - clever!
Ikea Hack: IKEA's frosted glass and aluminium PAX STORDAL closet doors into a room divider. (Need: STORDAL doors, 4" L brackets, STOLMEN post, 2 metal clamps)
Bulthaup Showroom TLV by Pitsou Kedem Architects (Design Team: Pitsou Kedem, Raz Melamed, Irene Goldberg) / Tel Aviv, Israel
The architects created partitions using steel-framed factory windows and rough-sawn wood, referencing the building's history.
Screen doors repurposed into display stands for art show craft booth; metal brackets attached for support; adorable; Upcycle, Recycle, Salvage, diy, thrift, flea, repurpose, refashion! For vintage ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale & ReDesign, Bonita
ikea wardrobe doors held in place by tension poles from an Ikea shelving system. They’re screwed into the ceiling but tension holds them into place at the bottom so the floors are left unharmed. Metal shower railing from Home Depot was added to stabili
over sized accessories and beautiful table base (designer unknown via zsazsa bellagio)
paneled wall... exquisite light... .... Minimalist Exotica from Studio KO Architects..... Remodelista
Cool divider for the entry...not sure what it is, although it looks like metal. I wonder if a repurposed section of iron fencing from an architectural supply might be similarly utilized?
The completed installation controls light and opacity between two sides of a room (Infrared)
I've been wanting a writing desk lately... a simple, beautiful one like this would be perfect! Maybe with a few shelves around it for books, notebooks, character figurines (yes, I have a few) etc. to give it a more creative feel :)
Visually divide spaces without loosing the expansive feeling of your room. Check out our blog post on beautiful screens at
Sliding shutters can be used for internal doors, alternatively for dividing off rooms or as outdoor sliders - a really great solution for closing off decks giving wind and privacy control.
These beautiful screens are a great way to create rooms and intrigue without closing off spaces.
The raw industrial, aesthetic Dabbous has created with London design company Brinkworth