25 Ways To Use Curtains As Space Dividers
Many modern homes are open-plan ones as it maximizes the space and lets you use every inch of it. Yet you need to divide spaces sometimes to keep privacy, accentuate different areas, and a space divider is here to help you. Today’s roundup is dedicated curtain and just fabric room dividers, which are easy to make and find and can be used anywhere.
Curtain space dividers are perhaps the easiest ones because you can find proper fabric and hang it wherever you want any time, and you can easily change the curtain when you want. They are ideal for small homes because they take literally no space at all.
A curtain will perfectly divide your rooms or areas from one another. It’s a cool idea to accentuate your bedroom, breakfast nook or closet space.
Using fabric room dividers for privacy is an effective way to create a concealed dressing area or a way to block off any area from view. This is a great idea for a guest room, or even for your daughter’s bedroom. Not only does it add a feeling of security, it’s also a cool accent for any room.
Curtains are more often used for separating a sleeping area. If you have an open-plan home or a tiny apartment, a curtain is a perfect way to separate your bedroom or bed and get some privacy. This way your guests won’t get into very private zones and your bedroom will be much more relaxing.
hang neutral curtains that don't attract much attention but are cool for separating your private zone
monochromatic space with a white fabric room divider to keep the bedroom private
sheer tulle curtains divide the sleeping area and closet space from the rest of the home
tiny home cinema separated with navy curtains is a great way to enjoy films without too much light
A curtain can add texture or even create a bold statement in any room. Hang it behind your bed or all around it to accentuate your décor, for example, use a macramé or crochet curtain for a boho sleeping space. don’t be afraid to rock a colorful curtain that corresponds the colors of your space – red, gold, navy, blue or any other. A vintage printed burlap curtain will add a chic touch to a shabby chic space.
bathtubs in attic bedrooms are a hot trend, and a tulle curtain can easily divide these two spaces
vintage burlap curtain adds to the shabby chic room decor
Incorporating storage areas into a stylish room design is often very tricky. A simple solution for this is to choose a room divider that accents the look of your space, and behind it, place storage carts, laundry hampers, or other storage and organization pieces. This way, you have storage space without losing a cool look. The most popular idea here is dividing a closet and a bedroom – just choose a nook in your bedroom and separate it with a curtain that you like.
a dusty pink space divider not only adds to the girlish bedroom decor but also separates the bedroom and the closet