Whether your apartment is somewhat smaller, or you just feel like there are not enough walls in your home, consider redecorating by using these handy dividers. Besides from forming secluded pieces of space that can be very comfy, these dividers can be classy pieces of style. Just look at them and try not to go renovating this instant.
1. Tall and Neutral Finishing Touch
Designer Richard Mishaan decided to add some stylish accents in the neutral living room in a New York City loft. Don’t you just love it?
2. Go for a Sliding Glass
Learn a lesson from Jamie Bush and architect Dennis Gibbens – the way they used the power of frosted glass in this Beverly Hills dining space simply catches the eye.
3. Incorporate a Vintage Screen
If you like personality-screaming items, you’ll adore this Fornasetti screen from the Greenwich Village home of Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan.
4. Good Old Curtain
Chose the elegant one and just hung it. Take a look at this San Francisco loft. Simple but powerful, right?
5. Consider a French Design
If you like playful designs, just listen to what this dining area of Spanish fashion designer Jorge Vázquez has to say to you.
6. Incorporate a Japanese Screen
Remember how classics never go out of fashion? Be the student of Ken Fulk and just look at what he has done with this American ambassador’s residence in Vienna.
7. Powerful Pairs
You can’t go wrong with Richard Mishaan. This time, look at how he uses the power of two. Wow, right?
8. Use Color Effects
You know that boring piece of space you’ve wanted to fill out for ages? Try screens with punchy colors. They will work perfectly!
9. Build in a Glass Wall
If feng shui is your thing, take a piece of advice from model Natalie Lim Suarez and see how a glass wall can change the energy of your home.
10. Make a Statement with Korean Screen
It can be a perfect solution if you are opting to add some personality to your design. Just take a glance at this sitting room of a London townhouse, and draw your ideas from there.
11. Express Personality with Faux Leather Screen
Go bold and experiment with faux leather. You will get a gold star for uniqueness. Look at how luxuriously it sounds in Thom Filicia’s living room.
12. Choose a Chinese Screen
Listening to Chanel leaves no room for mistakes – she had Chinese screens in all of her homes.
13. Try Wooden Doors
If you have enough space in your home like collector Benoist Drut of Maison Gerard has, try these doors from Uruguay and you won’t regret it.
14. Play with Patterns
Designer Irakli Zaria and Galerie Glustin gave us all a lesson in experimenting. Colorful doubled patterns add a stylish note to this the sitting room of a London pied-à-terre.
15. Surround the Fireplace
If you own a fireplace, consider accessorizing it with some classy Chinese screens like interior designer Ernest de la Torre did in this estate house in Tuxedo Park, New York.
16. Go for Upholstery Design
Retro design is having his big come-back. Get inspired by Ellen Pompeo’s home, which was designed by Martyn Lawrence-Bullard.
17. Try a Bookshelf
Sometimes the simplest solution can do a perfect job. Just pull your bookshelf away from the wall and see how conveniently it divides your room.