IKEA hack! Attach 4 Ikvar side units with piano hinges.
Or use a staggered bookcase system for a more airy feel.
Make a recycled wooden pallet room divider that you can easily hang things on.
String thick rope from floor to ceiling.
Here's another version, created with dowels.
Put a barn door on sliders.
Instead of hanging clothes on a rolling rack, hang a curtain.
Create a secret door with moving bookcases.
Use floor-to-ceiling pole shelving in a Danish modern inspired home.
Save even more space by adding a desk to the shelving unit.
Hang pots from a ceiling rack to divide the kitchen from another space.
Use IKEA's Pax closet system for its sliding doors.
Or use it as a freestanding closet divider.
Revamp an old screen divider with chicken wire.
Attach 2 or 3 doors with hinges to make a screen-like divider.
Hang garlands, either vertically or horizontally.
Create a wall from old vintage LPs.
Cover wooden frames with fabric and make a folding screen out of them.
Or hang the panels from the ceiling using hooks.
Use picture wire and cafe clips to hang curtains in an unusual space.
Cover a store-bought screen divider with chalkboard paint.
Create lit panels using IKEA's Orgel paper lamp.
Use upright branches, bamboo, or tall houseplants to visually divide a living space.
Salvaged windows divide a space while giving a light, airy feeling.
Hang screens or tapestries.
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