A room divider is a great way of maximising space; it’s also a brilliant way to express yourself throughout your home. Room dividers are brilliant for generating new space and acquiring some privacy. Many homes nowadays are built with an open planned layout, and although this is great, it leaves you lacking a space to retreat to for some of your own company.
Room dividers vary greatly; in an office for example dividers are used to separate work stations to give employees the feel of their own private office. In a home however they can be used to separate rooms that don’t have walls between them, they can be used to hide unwanted mess and they can also be used to hide any unwanted views from windows while at the same time letting light through.
There’s a diverse range of styles available when it comes to room dividers and some are more expensive than others. It doesn’t matter if you like innovative artistic statements or classic wooden screens or even the use of doors to divide your rooms, there’s something for everyone. If you’re into crafts you can also build your own. As well as creating the illusion of more space for you, room dividers can also be used to cancel out noise – not completely but they can bring it down to a minimum. Room dividers are a great idea if you can’t afford to build a fixed wall or if you just like the freedom of having one room one day and two rooms the next.
Room dividers are fantastic if you don’t want to follow the same style of decoration from room to room. If you want one room of your house red and another brown you should be able to. Room dividers allow you the opportunity to develop each room in any way that you want to, rather than being restricted to certain colour schemes. They’re a great way to be a trend setter; most people would never think of using them until they see how good they look. It’s a brilliant way of being unique and being poles apart from any other property.
Room dividers could be an important selling tool when you come to sell your property. Although you may love your open plan space, potential buyers may not. If you present them with the illusion of more space and the possibility of them adding some artistic flare to their living space you will be putting yourself in a great position for a sale.
This blog post was written by Joe Watkins, a bedroom designer, for www.robesdirect.ie – experts in the design and installation of sliding wardrobes.