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Think about how your furniture can double as a divider. The solid backing on this banquette instantly separate the kitchen from the living area.
This might work for me - I have lots of old window panes: I love that this divider is created from distressed window panes. It’s unique and adds visual interest. And, let’s face it; a home can never have enough windows.
Feeling cramped on width space where you’d like to place the divide? A wall screen will solve that problem. Choose one in a fun shade for an enticing pop of color, slap a framed piece of artwork on it, and boom — a super chic and inexpensive divide is yours.
There’s truly no height requirement for a divider. These shorter bookshelves separate this long and narrow room just as well. Plus, it gives the space a cozy bookish feel.
These cupboards likely already acted as a divider, but the designer enhanced the look with this super-cool branch motif. Who’s looking into the next space when this catches your eye?
Always think function with a divider. This piece separates the living space from a home office, and is used as an organizer. You can never have enough storage.
Dying for a built-in eating area? Place it between kitchen and living area and guess what, a divider has been created. Plus, it separates the spaces while still allowing those eating to be involved with whatever action might be happening in the living room. The ultimate balance.
By now it’s old news that shelving units are a great answer to the divider, but I had to throw this picture in here anyway. This bookshelf not only separates the living area from the kitchen, but the designer created a little reading nook by including a chaise lounge directly in front of the shelves.
I like that this divider can be used to store all the dining room necessities, and that it used artwork to heighten its presence. This makes it all the more interesting!