Room dividers are screens or pieces of furniture placed in a way that divides a room into separate areas. The folding room screens appeared in China in the 7th century, mainly used by the royalty. Heavy and ornate, they did not ‘move’ around. Now, we operate them to divide rooms, using the space more efficiently, or as decorators. You can add character to your space or hide areas of different usage. Explore our gallery and pick what fits best at home; they are available in a wide range of functionalities. Room dividers differ in nature being either permanent as in using wine shelves in restaurants or temporary as in convention centers. The built-in model appears frequently in offices as sliding partitionMoreover, they may completely obscure as in floor to ceiling dividers, or may allow sight through (for example, a stack of flower pots forming a parapet).

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Room dividers with spectacular geometries

This generous waiting room gets a bit of intimacy with a spectacular portable ‘wall’ nearby. Resembling a chaotic play of rays, the model allows light to get through and does not obscure completely. People feel secured while also enjoying intimacy while waiting. This proves its double role: to divide space more effectively or as a decorating focus point.

Room dividers are used by interior designers and architects to divide space into separate distinct areas.

Delicate wall partitions

We are used to see a strong parapet made of steel, plastic or wood when thinking of dividers, but a soft curtain can also do the job. The picture above depicts a welcoming living room in seek for privacy… Adding a soft curtain between living and dining, the inhabitants enjoy independent retreats in both areas.

Wall partitions

When there is no room for traditional flower pots, try a green wall with living herbs. It will infuse the space with energy, while also activating the dull, common waiting rooms. The solution works in banks, medical centres or hotels.

Plants, shelves, railings or curtains might also be used as dividers. Portable room dividers have folded wall panels supported on wheels.

City breaks at home :-)

There are a number of different types of room dividers such as cubicle partitions, pipe and drape screens, shoji screens, and walls. Room dividers can be made from many materials, including wood, fabric, plexiglass, framed cotton canvas, pleated fabric or mirrors. 

In elegant salons, long, folded curtains are perfect to separate the tables.

My favourite spot: a bookshelf used as an intelligent section of a room. You can access books from both sides; the resulted patchwork of colours and textiles enlivens the space.

Functional and colourful

There are many uses for a room divider including: dividing the room, adding privacy to any space, hiding clutter and increasing storage and accents to the room. Other uses include adding colour, redirecting foot traffic, creating a foyer, adding a desk front modesty screen, creating coziness, or adding a decorative background.

Vegetal print

Does your room lack energy? With a green wall or partition, the space will breathe a fresh air in a second. This chic living room feels more lively and powerful with two hung partitions. Printed on canvas, the pictures beautify the space while also offering privacy. If you want to buy similar items for your home, make sure your room gets enough lighting. Catchy visual effects appear when light gets through them.

A hanging ‘garden’ for a cozy bedroom

Partitions with greenery enliven the spaces

As simple as that! :-)

This super cool installation fits amazingly in contemporary spaces.