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This week’s Style Jolt is inspired by my current apartment dilemma: the long, narrow living room. My main living area desperately needs privacy from the office space. Any one of these gorgeous room dividers could solve the problem. (I especially love the idea of bookcase dividers to showcase my constantly growing book collection.)

vitalsteel full screen

vitalsteel screen close up

Both images from The Digital Panda


From apartment therapy



Both images from Everyday Gilmpse


From HouseDesignet

rope room

rope close up

Both images from care2


From Eclectic Home Design

bookcase as divider at

From apartment therapy

Martha Stewart french doors

martha moments back of french door

Both images from Martha Moments


From Trendir

black screen

From The Sliding Door Company

black wire divider

From Unplgged


From busyboo

fiber glass bars

From Pege

columned room divider

From This Old House


Design Inspiration

6 Responses

  1. colleen/Rotator Rod says:

    I LOVE these room dividers! They not only give a feeling of privacy, they add character to the room.

  2. ruth stephan says:

    Those room dividers are absolutely the answer to dividing a large space into two spaces. Also the idea of such beautiful designs really make for privacy and to create a stunning addition to a room.

  3. Kleentx says:

    These room dividers are awesome! I especially love the one with the branches in an "S" pattern. I've been looking for something non-traditional to divide my living from the dining/kitchen area. I'm not a big fan of the "open concept" floor plans. I like talking to people in my living room while I'm cooking, but I don't like guests being able to view my kitchen when I don't want them to.

  4. Derrick Deen says:

    The web link you sent definitely will not seem to work, does anybody at all have a mirror or backup web link source?

  5. room divider says:

    Nice room dividers, all the room dividers are very beautiful. These type of room dividers create a beautiful environment of the room. Thanks for the post.

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