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It was the first time individuals started using room dividers to create space.
And room dividers were clever and functional and creative....
.....and usually modular and orange and plastic.
Not so now.
Modular and orange and plastic have been replaced with metal and graphic and even reclaimed wood like this room divider in this meeting space by Richard Shed Studio on Yatzer.
Take a look at these stylish room dividers that are so now.
This graphic starburst metal screen designed for Istanbul’s Mizedechanga restaurant was recently featured in enRoute Magazine.
The screen divides the room into two separate areas, yet provides the illusion of one space with the open fretwork of the design.
Why not create this look in your own home using a folding aluminum screen with graphic quatrefoil design?
Divide a living space into with a bookcase as featured in this room from skona hem.
The architectural feature of the bookcase creates a room within a room and provides storage and visual symmetry.
To create the look in your own home...start with a large white bookcase with an open cube design and frame in with molding.
For a more contemporary look, choose a bookcase with a simple graphic repeating element.
Room dividers also function as a way to display art.
This bold contemporary screen recently featured in Coastal Living provides the perfect back drop for the owner's collection of art.
Create your own backdrop with a three panel room screen designed with an overall graphic pattern.
Or why not add a pop of color in a neutral room with a vivid yellow room divider?
Whatever your room....whatever your style...using room dividers to create space is both functional and affordable.
It's a simple way to make a space your own.
Thank you 1970.
Image Credits: Yatzer, enRoute Magazine, skona hem, Coastal Living.
KariAnne writes the lifestyle blog, Thistlewood Farm from the back porch of her turn-of-the-century farmhouse in the beautiful rolling hills of Kentucky. Thistlewood Farm was awarded Country Living Decorating blog of the year as well as named one of the top 10 decorating blogs by Better Homes and Gardens. KariAnne loves to paint mismatched chairs, listen to the crickets singing in the back pasture, walk hand-in-hand with her knight-in-shining armor as the sun sets over the river and drink sweet tea with lime during a thunderstorm. And she has never met a decorating project she didn't like. Follow KariAnne on Google+
You are so very briliant
amazing! loved the ideas, i have a small house and am always looking for ideas to make it look a little bit bigger.....