Whether you’re trying to stage your studio or figuring out a new way to split up your living and dining room areas, we’ve got the right kind of inspiration for you today. Featuring 15 room divider ideas fit for both apartments and houses alike, there’s a style that will make a wave with everyone below. From modern designs to more unique pieces, let’s have a look at some of our favorite finds below.
A gorgeous way to divide up the rooms in your house would be with this stunning Van Gogh Fine Art double-sided piece from . Showcasing favorites, both “Starry Night” and “Irises,” add color and artistic presence into your space with this beauty. This one is perfect for an area of the home with a larger square footage to work with or a studio apartment that needs the bigger divide.
has some good finds as well. If you’re looking for something more modern and simple, then this “RISOR” designs will certainly fit the bill. It’ll fit right into more contemporary and clean spaces without any issues.
Over at you’ll find this beautiful linen-covered “Diane” divider that we’ve fallen in love with. Perfect for bedrooms and more traditional of spaces, it’s a versatile piece that will help out when you need to delegate your corners. And the color is perfect for blending and meshing other natural tones with.
Not every room divider has to be such an apparent piece. Bookshelves are the perfect way to divide and conquer, especially in smaller areas that need help with organization. This “Parsons Tower” from helps with both those functions while staying modern and chic too.
has a lot of great gems as well. And these weaves “Bay Isle Home” design is a winner. Great for covered porches and patios, or just in a causal guest room, it’ll definitely get the job done. Whether you want to section off a reading nook or changing area in the master bedroom, it’s a good piece to choose.
We fell head over heels with this beauty found at . This carved, wooden design has so many intricate details and works just as much as a piece of art as it does as a divider. Made with mango wood, you can only find this one at Urban Outfitters.
always has some really good finds too. And this golden “Blair” room divider is one of our favorites on the list. It’s delicate, it’s feminine, and would look killer in a glam-inspired home office.
Here’s another really colorful piece that works as both a divider and a piece of art for the home. Gorgeous in a sleek studio apartment or neutralized bedroom, we found this one over at . Reminiscent of a Caribbean street, bring some vacation-inspired flavor into your home!
has the perfect design for our family homes. Fill the divider up with your favorite memories and snapshots. It’s a great piece to display in our larger areas of the home like in living rooms, home offices, studies, and bonus rooms.
Hop on over to to check out this gorgeous pieced mango wood piece. It’s a larger screen so it’ll divide up more space. And if you’re into more “World Market” or boho vibes than this is definitely one you’ll want to take a closer peek at.
You can always use fabric panels to divide up your spaces. Dorm rooms, apartments or a way to keep a private space in the bedroom, check out other colors at . It’ll definitely create a more whimsy or romantic vibe.
We’re really loving this sliding design over at . It’s a beautiful way to add personality to the kitchen or dining room. And a great way to add color to a home with a more neutral foundation.
If you’re looking for something a bit funkier, than check out this faux brick piece we scouted out at ! Perfect in space with a more youthful or trendy vibe, you’ll want to grab this for your dorm room or new college apartment.
this honey-colored sliding door kit would be such a fun project to take on! If you’re in need of a divider then do something unique like this to make it happen! There’s other colors to choose from as well like black and rosewood.
And finally, check out for another bookshelf design that will double as a snazzy room divider. You can display your goods or organize your books and media all while creating a space that’s functional. Check out more great pieces like this after the jump.