Lack of space is a common problem in modern homes and you can often find tiny studio apartments with no interior walls. When you own such a small space, you might think that the last thing you need is an item like a room divider that literally serves to close and separate rooms. However, a room divider is a great way to separate and organize small spaces and make your small home more cozy and stylish. Let me share some room dividers that are good for small spaces.
Mere room dividers
If you have a small home, your room divider shouldn’t visually close off a room, but prefer a bare or visually open space. It can be a sheer white curtain, a fringed curtain, a wooden slat frame or a muted colored glass divider – the design, color and appearance depend on the style and color scheme of your room. Designs like this are perfect for adding conceptual organization between areas in small, open spaces. And they don’t make the room feel claustrophobic.
storage room divider
Make your room divider functional – choose a storage unit that will provide a practical solution and help you organize the rooms. It can be an open shelving that looks light but still provides storage space, a glass and wood storage, or an alloy and wood shelving. Most of these devices can easily be made by yourself.
accent room divider
It’s common to use room dividers as decorative accents and this is a great idea for a small space – you get a great work of art with functionality! A room divider can spark interest in materials and textures, colors and patterns, and anything else that comes to mind. And a room divider with a full art scene gives the optical illusion that your small space is bigger when it feels like you’re looking through a window into another world.