Loft living has changed the way many Americans now look at space. A typical loft is one giant space that is casually divided into living areas with the use of simple room dividers. At any point in time the room dividers can be changed to accommodate an activity or whim of the loft dweller.
Those who study interior design are finding that traditional home dwellers are looking at their own spaces in much the same way. With room partitions a rec room can house a craft area, where the crafts are out of view from the rest of the room. Interior room dividers can be used to portion off a space in a family room for the computer area.
A new modular "den" is part of the family room but the clutter and noise levels are hidden behind the portable room partition. A teen's room can have a dressing area in the corner. A dining room/living room combination area can be divided to create more of an intimate and formal dining space by placing a room divider between the two implied spaces.
Room dividers Have Various Uses
Any space can be divided into multiple spaces with the use of room partitions. Room dividers also provide a new and attractive look for any room. Room dividers come in a variety of styles and shapes. Many have attractive designs which act as pieces of art. From Asian-inspired screens to wrought iron or antique style to ultra modern acrylic, choosing the right screen is simply a matter of taste.
Room dividers are the perfect way to hide clutter. Many hobbyists hate to put up their projects every time they stop working. Room dividers can partition off a section of a room that can hide any clutter. The rest of the room looks clean and tidy, your project is ready for the next time, but is out of site and protected from little hands that might be tempted to touch your projects.
Some people like to decorate plain or textured room dividers with family photos, memorabilia or art work. They serve as an "art gallery." Others will hang mirrors on room partitions, which creates optical illusions, making rooms look much larger than before. In giant spaces, some decorators are suggesting that decorative room dividers be hung directly on the walls as huge pieces of art work.
Once you have purchased room dividers you will enjoy experimenting with them. It won't take long before you find many uses for these versatile and functional pieces. You'll also appreciate the new look that they bring to your living space. Room dividers are attractive and practical.