Hanging Room Dividers- A Classy Substitute

Hanging Room Dividers- A Classy Substitute

Although doors in a house are demarcations of boundaries in a house, they can also give the illusion of a cramped space. Too many or too less doors can make or break an illusion. In a reasonably big house, doors are not an issue. But in an average sized or a small house, the same demarcation can prove to be in the way! Well, there is an alternative to having stationery room doors. It’s called a hanging room dividers and you can place this in between any two spaces immediately making a creative use of the space. Not only does it count as a part of your home décor, it also instills a sense of privacy with a hint of sophistication.

Many people, in fact, prefer hanging dividers because they are distinctive, creative and blend well with any house’s interiors. Given below are some ideas on how to utilize a hanging divider within your décor-

Screens

Screens are regarded as one of the simplest forms of ornamental room dividers. You can seldom go wrong with their innovative designs and theme of colours. A screen can be utilized as a hanging room divider since all that’s required is hanging it from the ceiling. Not only is it flexible, it can be moved and placed at anytime and anywhere you want it. Most people however, only use screens to give their living room a classy appearance. Since screens come in varied sizes, the small ones can be used for show and the bigger ones can be used as room dividers. The best part about using screen hanging room dividers is that you could always pull them apart as blinds when they’re not required.

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Panels

Panels are a very elegant usage of your space. They come is wood, plastic or vinyl among other materials. A panel can become a hanging room divider if placed in the ceiling using a supported track. Divider panels are normally set in a way where they could swing in two directions when needed; similar to the sliding room dividers. The only difference is that they can be connected on the ceiling. They also come in different attractive designs and decorations. You may choose to install panel hanging room divider in your bedroom or your living room to have total privacy. It’s more of an upgrade from using blinds.

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Curtains

Not only do curtains make for a reliable window embellishment, they also serve well as a room divider. Because curtains are made of fabric, the choices are endless; you can select any material, colour, pattern or design that catches your fancy. If you’re looking for a divider that will go best with the rest of your room décor, your search ends here. Just by installing a curtain rod in a big room, it’s automatically divided into 2 rooms. Because they are full in length, curtain room dividers can create an impression if a bigger room. Beaded curtains or drapes are another way to go. Beaded curtains serve as a divider curtain while drapes give the room a Victorian look. Another added advantage is that curtains are easy to maintain and you can install a curtain yourself.

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There are several other alternatives to a hanging room divider. The ones mentioned above are the most popularly adopted ones. A few other innovative ideas are listed below by way of pictures.

Bamboo Room Divider

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Sliding Room Divider


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Folding Door Room Divider


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