Room Dividers for Small Spaces
Space can be a valuable commodity when you live in a smaller home. Big city living like Midtown Tulsa, where open city lofts are a great find could leave you trying to figure out how to create divided rooms for your home. Dividing your space can provide optimum functionality when it comes to intimate quarters. Therefore, we have found some great ways to divide your space.
Room Divider Ideas for Small Spaces
Rope Divider – You can make a rope divider yourself or you can purchase them from most home décor stores. They are stylish and functional. The rope divider allows you to see through to the other room while giving you a feel of a separate space.
Curtain Dividers – A curtain divider can be as elegant or as cool looking as you want. You can add elegant beauty to your space with a cozy white or off white curtain. If you like to be eccentric you can colorful curtains.
Bookcase Divider – If you love to read and have tons of books but no space to put them, the bookcase divider is perfect for you. You can use tall, freestanding bookcases to divide the room and they can hold more than just books.
Gallery Wall Divider – This is a unique divider where you can display your favorite art collections. It’s a free standing wall that can hold all your prized possessions on each side. If you don’t have enough wall space for your art work, add a gallery wall room divider.
Glass Cube Divider – A glass cube wall is a solid divider that will separate your space while still letting the light shine through from other parts of the room. You can use glass pane dividers that let you see through the other side but also separates the space. This type of divider will also leave you feeling like you have the same amount of space without taking away from it.
Getting creative with your room dividing can be easy and inexpensive. Everyone of these options are great DIY projects that are also very affordable.
This room divider information is brought to you by: Tom and Bev Herring, buying and selling Tulsa Real Estate, Broken Arrow Real Estate, Jenks Real Estate, Bixby Real Estate and Owasso Real Estate as well as Keystone Lake Real Estate, Berryhill and Sand Springs Real Estate.