1. IKEA hack! Attach 4 Ikvar side units with piano hinges. ikeahackers.net Get the directions here. 2. Build a divider wall. bhg.com A bit complicated, but if you've got the handy skills, this is a very professional look that gives you extra wall space to place seating against. 3. Use Billy bookcases from IKEA. View this video on YouTube youtube.com Watch the tutorial. 6thstreetdesignschool.blogspot.com 4. Or use a staggered bookcase system for a more airy feel. smartchickscommune.tumblr.com Plants work very well to fill up vertical space. 5. Make a recycled wooden pallet room divider that you can easily hang things on. myfriendstaci.com Not only does this give you extra wall space for art and photos, especially if you aren't allowed to nail holes in a rented apartment. Get more information here. 6. String thick rope from floor to ceiling. the-brick-house.com Mentally section off an office area with these custom-built wooden boxes and jute rope. 7. Here's another version, created with dowels. remodelista.com Get more information here. 8. Put a barn door on sliders. Check this site out for a great tutorial. 9. Instead of hanging clothes on a rolling rack, hang a curtain. designsponge.com This way you can also move the room divider around. pinterest.com 10. Create a secret door with moving bookcases. hacknmod.com Get the directions here. 11. Use floor-to-ceiling pole shelving in a Danish modern inspired home. blog.ounodesign.com One of the staples of the '50s and '60s modernist style are free-floating shelves made from teak. Get a tutorial for a similar look here. 12. Save even more space by adding a desk to the shelving unit. nytimes.com Via The New York Times. roxannelummeinteriors.com 13. Hang pots from a ceiling rack to divide the kitchen from another space. apartmenttherapy.com 14. Use IKEA's Pax closet system for its sliding doors. ikeahackers.net Get more information here about how to install sliding PAX doors. 15. Or use it as a freestanding closet divider. apartmenttherapy.com In this loft, the PAX system served as an entertainment center for the living room and a closet for the bedroom in a large loft space. 16. Revamp an old screen divider with chicken wire. homeroad.net Get the directions here. 17. Attach 2 or 3 doors with hinges to make a screen-like divider. 101woonideeen.nl If you've got that shabby chic look going on. Get the directions here. 18. Hang garlands, either vertically or horizontally. curbly.com Check out these tutorials from Curbly and A Beautiful Mess. 19. Create a wall from old vintage LPs. apartmenttherapy.com 20. Cover wooden frames with fabric and make a folding screen out of them. momitforward.com Get the tutorial here. wordpress.com Here's another tutorial for a slightly different take. 21. Or hang the panels from the ceiling using hooks. freshcrush.com You can easily detach the panel, too, in case you need a more tentative divider solution. Get the DIY here. 22. Use picture wire and cafe clips to hang curtains in an unusual space. apartmenttherapy.com Get the directions here. evamalschaert.nl Get fancy with your curtains. 23. Cover a store-bought screen divider with chalkboard paint. lowescreativeideas.com Use it to help customize your decor for holidays, or write down the day's menu for a kitchen space. 24. Create lit panels using IKEA's Orgel paper lamp. ikeahackers.net Get the directions here. 25. Use upright branches, bamboo, or tall houseplants to visually divide a living space. desiretoinspire.net There's no tutorial for this, but you could place a series of tall plants in planters if you don't feel like making your own holder. ecosalon.com This planter-on-casters is a super clever way to provide a movable divider. 26. Salvaged windows divide a space while giving a light, airy feeling. There's no DIY for this, so you might want to consult a professional before attempting to erect a huge panel of glass. 27. Hang screens or tapestries. sfgirlbybay.com You could use a ceiling mounted curtain rod like this one and use wire to hang the screens off of them.