The question of the moment is: Who isn't all about an open-concept floor plan? Any abode where you can simultaneously cook in the kitchen and chat with someone lounging in the living room is just dripping with design appeal. But, what happens when this type of layout and a small living space collide? When you're already short on square footage, not having any visual indicators that one "room" ends and another begins can actually make your humble home seem smaller — or, worse, just plain cluttered.
This feminine wooden room divider idea for the living room owes its airy vibe to intricate cutouts. It's ideal for tiny spaces, since it mitigates any claustrophobic feels (which are most definitely a thing).
Stack your items as much (or as sparingly) as you so choose atop this architectural divider. Natural walnut fabrication means that knots and graining vary piece by piece — it's almost as though it were made just for you.
Opposites attract in a two-tone wooden screen emblazoned with a floral motif. For studio dwellers, the sturdy fabrication means it will make wardrobe changes easy when you're craving a little privacy.
Slanted bookshelves in teak wood make an instantly eye-catching room divider idea for the living room, especially in a small space. Need to create more of a barrier? Place a pair next to each other to create a quasi wall.
For those who find something special in the details, the intricate floral motif of this room divider is handcarved by artisans in India. Style suggestion: Place it near a window so it can cast some cool shadows in your space.
This room divider idea for the living room is on wheels, which means you can change your mind about placement at a moment's notice. Plus, it works double duty to keep clutter out of the way with plenty of spots to hang, rest, and drape your everyday essentials.