Posted by Cynthia | Filed under Musings
Looking for something a little different when it comes to window covering? A bit more modern and dramatic perhaps? Woven metal fabrics have long been used commercially, but are also great for the home. They offer versatility, unique texture, and durability and come in a range of colors. Textures vary depending on the size of the weave and material choice. Think of the possibilities. From glare control for a large window, to a room divider, offering flexibility to create intimate or generous gathering space. Or how about a shower curtain? Wonderfully unexpected and maintenance free.
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Image Credit: Clayton Hauck
…use a large-scale canvas art piece as an impromptu room divider?
In the photo above, an existing room divider / half wall dons an artful mural in lieu of a headboard, creating a high-impact visual for a serene bedroom. Yet if you aren’t blessed with a drywall divider in your loft, why not fake the look? Hanging a large-scale canvas, art installation or even textile could act as a room divider, and by placing a bed in front of your newfound divider, you’ve created a cozy headboard along the way.
Smart idea, yes? Happy decorating!
Everyone is forced to live in tight quarters at some point in their lives, yes? For me, a teeny studio apartment in Los Angeles was my first foray into small space dwelling, and I remember the constant struggle to keep the room cozy, yet airy. A very hard combo indeed.
Until now. Had Bloomming’s LightFacet room dividers existed, I would have been a much happier gal. Each piece is a perfect blend between visual interest and modern lines. They’re gorgeous, yes?
I love the idea of utilizing room dividers to compartmentalize various areas of the home, but they can be equally instrumental when installed on a wall for an unexpected art installation.
What about you? Do you invest in room dividers in your home? And what are a few of your favorites?
Image Credits: Bloomming