Everyone with a room in their home wants to know how to divide room. Whether it’s your living room, dining room, bedroom or even bathroom, you want to effortlessly divide space so that 2 areas can exist harmoniously in one room without being too crowded.
Here at Wonder How To, we’ve found 12 ideas for room dividers that will help you divide room and we hope it helps!
A room divider can be anything from a few stacked cardboard boxes to a china cabinet. It also doesn’t have to be made for the room. A room divider can simply be 2 chairs or even by using floor pillows.
The room dividers in this post range from $10 to $3,000. You don’t need a huge budget in order to find a room divider that works well for your space!
These ideas are all budget friendly and great room dividers because they make the most out of what you already have in your home! Let’s check them out.
I tried looking up ‘how to build a room divider’ and I came up with a room divider website with as much as 3 room dividers!
…And now the room dividers!
1. How to Divide Room with a Balustrade
Not your typical room divider, this idea uses a balustrade for a unique room divider that won’t crowd a room. This is perfect for separating a living room from an office or tiered entertainment area.
2. Industrial Style Pipe & Wood Divider Source:
Pinterest this is great if you have exposed ceiling beams in your home because it will look rustic and industrial. Since most of us don’t have exposed beams, simply paint these pipes white to make them look sleek and modern. This room divider is also great for a room with no fireplace because it’s versatile – you can add plants and hang photographs on the wood slats.
3. Folding Fringe Room Divider Source:
Pinterest I’m not sure what they’re really called but room dividers with fringe are my favorite! They look chic and add an element of texture to a room. Add a couple in a room to make a statement or add some height by suspending them from ceilings or walls with wire or fishing line. You can even paint these by adding acrylic paint to the inside of the fringe.
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If room dividers are not your thing, consider using screening to divide room. This works great for room dividers if you want privacy but no walls!
5. Shutter Room Divider Source:
Pinterest If you’re feeling crafty, try making room dividers with shutters like this room divider! You can paint it or leave as is depending on your preference and since it’s made of wood it’ll definitely warm up the look of an otherwise cold room divider.
6. How to Build a Decorative Screen
If you don’t sew (like me) then simply buy jute fabric and knot the four sides – voila! There’s your room divider that adds texture to a room, separates a living room from a dining room or bedroom from an office.
7. How to Make a Room Divider with Chalkboard Painted Shutters
If you’re looking for room dividers that allow you can personalize, try these chalkboard shutters! Simply paint your shutters – I recommend using chalkboard paint so that you can write on it later – and hang them up in your desired room divider spot…
…And voila! You have yourself a room divider with customizations.
8. DIY Up cycled Pallet Room Divider Source:
Pinterest Pallets are great because they’re cheap and easy to find at construction sites or lumber yards. Just sand down the rough edges and adds a few coats of paint and you’ll have room dividers that look rustic and modern! You can even add some fringe if fringe room dividers are your thing.
9. Room Divider: A Gallery Of Ideas Source:
Pinterest If you don’t want to bother with making room dividers, consider buying them from a store like IKEA. They’re cheap and easy to put together without having to hire someone or ask for help – which is great if you’re on a budget! This room divider is versatile because the top of the shelves can be used for storage or decor…
10. Valet Stand as Room Divider Source:
Pinterest …And this room divider takes advantage of vertical space by using an item you probably already have in your room – a valet stand! You can paint it or simply leave it as is.
11. Modular Room Divider Source:
Pinterest If room dividers with shelves are your thing, consider this mod room divider! It’s versatile because the top of each unit has its own purpose – one for decor and one for storage. You can even leave out some units to make room dividers more open if you decide to use them in the middle of rooms instead of dividing room space.
12. A Modern Take on the Room Divider Source:
Pinterest For room dividers that will look chic and modern, try these sleek beams made of wood! They’re simple yet contemporary enough that they can be used to divide room space or add some height to a room.
Conclusion: Room Dividers
Hopefully, this room divider guide has given you ideas on how to divide room space! From folding room dividers to room dividers that are easy to DIY, there are room dividers for everyone. Have fun decorating!