Inexpensive Room Divider Ideas

Jul 14th

Often rooms must serve many purposes. That’s why to get privacy we need some divider. There are many designs of divider but sometimes they come in high prices. For you who have limited budget, these inexpensive room divider ideas may be the greatest solutions.

Window Frame Panel Room Divider
Window Frame Panel Room Divider

Bookcases – If you have existing bookcase, you can use it for divide the room. However, if you need to buy, instead of buying the new one, you can go to second-hand stores which frequently sell used bookcases for $10 to $50, depending on the size. These can be used as is or painted with a $5 can of paint to coordinate with your décor and tastes. Once you have painted the bookcase, position it where you need the room divided and fill the shelves with books and other items.

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Curtains – To get elegant feel to the room, curtains are the best room divider ideas. You can open and close it whenever you want easily. If you need to get privacy, you can close it. When you want to get a larger room, you can open it. Curtain wires, often used to hang curtains over unusual window openings, can be purchased for as little as $5. The width is usually adjustable and additional clips to hang the curtains from can be added. Next you’ll need curtains or fabric to make your own. Many large department stores sell curtains for as little as $20 per pair. Thrift stores and second-hand shops may provide even cheaper options.

Hanging Window Frame – Bring your creativeness to divide a room by placing interesting old wooden window frame. Clean the glass and frame thoroughly. Paint the frame to suit the room. Add some fun touches to the glass panels with paint, and create your own work of art visible from both sides of the room. Using decorative chains, ceiling hooks and eye hooks, hang the window in the designated area and you’ve created a one-of-a-kind room divider for less than $100.

Potted Plants and Trees – A large potted tree can be an excellent way to add texture and interest to an area while simultaneously acting as a room divider. Plant groupings or plant stands with several plants can perform the function equally well. If you don’t want to care for a live plant, artificial trees and plants are available in many stores and over the internet. Expense is a matter of taste and can run from $35 to $100.

Whether you need to divide a room for a temporary reason such as unexpected house guests or to give a larger room a separate or cozier feeling, cheap room divider ideas can be good options for you.

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