Need a room divider that you can move around easily? Build one with thrift store doors and casters (In My Own Style).
Wrap a large artist canvas in a pretty fabric and hang it up for a simple yet eye-catching room divider (Fresh Crush).
A low bookcase, located behind a couch, can act as a room divider that separates two spaces without blocking the view (styleNorth).
A cube shelving unit, like the Expedit or Kallax, is a popular room divider idea. This one is made more beautiful with the addition of gold decals on the side (Southern Hospitality).
Another way to use a cube shelving unit as a room divider is to add a chalkboard to cover up one side. Perfect for partitioning off a play room (How Sweet This Is).
Bring in a touch of tropical style with reed fencing hung up to function as a room divider (Sally Goodin).
Another way to incorporate nature in your home is to build a bamboo room divider with an Ikea hack (Ikea Hackers).
If you have a large-ish bedroom and no walk-in closet, create one with a “wall” of Ikea’s Pax wardrobes! Use it as a room divider and finish off the sides and back with laminate flooring and silver trim (Ikea Hackers).
Like puzzles? You’ll love assembling this very unique (and green!) room divider that is made entirely of cardboard (Homedeco2u).
This hanging room divider is made of cut-out hardboard and looks very nice painted in three complementary colors. It would work in both outdoor and indoor settings (Making It Lovely).
Build this easy clothes rack with piping and use it as a room divider by draping a beautiful fabric over it and hand-stitching it to the rack (Kootut Murut). Portable and compact, great for small apartments!
Mount a curtain rod to the ceiling and divide a large room into two rooms with curtains (Boxy Colonial).
Check out this DIY sliding door that will cost you less than $40 (Apartment Therapy).
With some tools and handy skills, you could build a professional-looking freestanding wall and paint it a beautiful color (Better Homes and Gardens).
Do you see a room divider that would work in your home? Which one is your favorite?
I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.