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3 Fast And Easy Ways To Divide A Room
It's no easy feat to separate spaces when you're working with an open layout in an apartment. It's even more challenging when you're living in a studio. But the good news is you can make dividing your space a breeze when you know what kinds of furniture and decor items can double as dividers.

Consider these three room divider ideas that you can use to make the most of your open layout apartment.

  1. Studio curtain dividers. Curtains are great for studio apartments because they create a simple way to separate your bed from the rest of the apartment. You can use sheer drapes for a subtle separation so you don't need to wake up to your kitchen every morning. Or you can use blackout curtains so you can sleep even when it's bright out without having to install dark curtains on your windows.

  2. An extra-large bookcase. Bookcases are the standard when it comes to apartment space dividers. But you don't necessarily need to use a bookcase for books. You can use to display records, plants, artwork, picture frames, fun knick-knacks, and more. What's more, bookcases come in a variety of styles so you can choose open shelving for a more airy look or closed shelving to create greater separation.

  3. A tall plant or plant wall. If you have a green thumb and want to get crafty, you can create a plant wall using a bookshelf or wooden slats to divide your space. But if you don't have it in your budget to invest in multiple plants, or if you're not sure about taking care of your green friends, you can invest in a single, tall plant instead. A tall plant creates a sense of separation without taking up a lot of space. What's more, it can be a fake plant if you don't have the time to take care of a live one.

Looking for studio curtain dividers?

It's no secret that many Americans are choosing to rent rather than buy a home. In fact, there are approximately 43.1 million renter-occupied apartments in the U.S. alone.

But renting an apartment, especially a studio apartment, can have its challenges. Fortunately, Pipe and Drape Online offers a variety of fabrics that can help serve as studio curtain dividers to help you conquer at least one of those challenges.

Whether you're looking for voile drapes, velour drapes, satin drapes, or plain polyester drapes, Pipe and Drape Online has the studio curtain dividers you need to balance your apartment layout. For more information about our drapery and poles, contact us today.

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