While antiquity screens and room dividers mightn't be ideal for modern bedrooms, both in terms of practicality and style, one can still draw plenty of inspiration from them. Much like the vintage Shoji screens and room dividers used in Japanese design, a penetrated wooden room divider is a great option that adds natural warmth to the bedroom. It can easily describe the bedroom from the living space or home office next to it without blocking light. Simple buoyant wooden panels offer a more solid solution, while a screen inspired by Mediterranean style offers more artistry and visual flair.
Operate the Bed
Inspired by the Classics
Long gone are the days when walls were the only way to create a separation between two spaces, and with the world gleefully cuddling open plan living, decorating solutions that allow you to delineate rooms without walls are all the rage. Making a separation between two spaces is no longer about simple design. There are plenty of options that allow you to optimize space, make new dynamics with an open interior and also assure that you don't compromise on style.
Curtains and Glass
Storage and Display Space
There is nothing rebel about simple room dividers, and they have been about since ancient Egypt and Chinese empires. But nowadays we are looking past the simple screens and antique pieces and overturning through ideas that allow your bedroom multitask with ease and sophistication. From bedrooms with snug conversation and breakfast recesses to those that need better integration with the master bathroom, ingenious room dividers come in handy every single time!
Turning to the bed to draw some idea for your room divider isn't a bad idea, and you can use either the foot of your bed or the headboard as the reference point. For some, there is a peaceful and systematic house office on the other side of the nifty divider, while others might want to walk into a relaxing bathroom with a standalone bathtub or even a Jacuzzi. An expanded headboard that mimics the aesthetics of a half-wall and also hides a bookshelf is a popular choice, while ingenious DIY alternatives can save dough and deliver exactly what you want.(Provided you have the skill and time to get the job done)
One of the reasons why we stayed away from sliding glass portals as room dividers is because they look so cliché and obvious in the contemporary bedroom. But if you feel that only glass walls can offer you the adequate privacy and tranquility in the bathroom or home office snuggled within the bedroom, then do go down that path. Pellucid glass frames and curtains offer far more cost-effective solutions that are easy to incorporate. At the finish of the day, it is about what works best in your bedroom!
Why squander the space in your already little civic apartment with a room divider that offers absolutely nothing? With space becoming a key characteristic of modern apartment scheme, a series of storage units that act as a room divider make ideal sense. These minimum boxes can be stacked in any shape that you desire, and you can custom make such room dividers depending on your accurate storage needs. From acting as a wonderful bookshelf or a lovely display to assisting you hide away your whole wardrobe, these closet-style room dividers certainly offer value for the money!