Separate Your Room with Hanging Room Dividers

Hanging room dividers help mark different uses of space in an open design concept.

Blossoms Hanging Room Divider Picture

Blossoms Hanging Room Divider Picture

In an open design space, while the kitchen is clearly defined, the rest of the space isn’t likely to be. Therefore, separate dining and living room areas can be created through the placement of furniture as well as room dividers. A hanging room divider may be made of glass, metal, bamboo or cloth and is often decorative as well as practical.

Here, we present you some picture and galleries of hanging room dividers.

Exotic round hanging room divider

Exotic round hanging room divider

Room dividers such as bookcases that open from both sides and folding screens with fabric or glass inserts rest on the floor. Hanging room dividers by contrast are always attached to the ceiling. The type of attachment hardware varies widely, but metal cables with clips on the ends are common. If the divider material is glass or metal instead of lightweight fabric or bamboo though, more solid hardware than simple clips is often used.

Hanging Room Divider Gallery

Hanging Room Divider Gallery

Glass hanging panels used for room dividers can be extremely stylish and stunning. Since they are made of glass, they look airy, yet may be textured or frosted to add privacy. Glass hanging room dividers are often featured in high-end apartments or lofts with a designer appeal and price tag.

Modern Round White Hanging Room Divider

Modern Round White Hanging Room Divider

While a hanging room divider may be opaque, such as in heavy cloth curtains that reach from the ceiling to the floor, versions that diffuse the light rather than totally block it tend to be more popular. Curtain styles of hanging room dividers may attach to a metal track on the ceiling and have small roller mechanisms within it that allow the drapery to be pulled open or be closed. The curtains may be semi sheer to offer some privacy in rooms, but not enough to block light to make the open living space feel confined or closed off.

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