Wall partitions design from Scotty Curthoys
Whether you have an open floorplan or simply want to create private, cosy spaces in your house the right room divider can make all the difference. The photographs in this post use everything from shrubbery to nautical rope to curtains to create spaces that are amazing, exceptional and instead go well beyond a folding screen.
A bit less solitude is possible with one of these wooden slat sliding doors, but the elegant look makes up for it.
Taking the partition to another level, this special en suite doesn't even have a whole wall dividing the bedroom from the bathroom using frosted glass.
Installing a whole wall just isn't consistently a choice. This panel that is large only affixes in several locations, making setup and removal easy. Additionally, it provides a ideal spot to exhibit artwork as you can see.
With tall spiky greenery emerging from the rear of a low modern sofa, the region divides in this modern office space.
Using shelving to break up a room now offers extra storage and display space.
Nautical and modern, this rope room divider is really a pretty easy DIY.
This plant divider is a bit more opaque and requires regular trimming (along with water) to keep its sleek contour.
Some room dividers tend to be more club than midcentury. The golden sparkles in this giving curtain are brash and lively in a glorious mid eastern manner.
The wood slats that float up with this particular stairs are an attractive design element in this wood hefty residence.