17 Best Room Dividers, According to Designers 2020 | The Strategist

17 items in this article 3 items on sale! Photo: Courtesy of the retailer Those of us who live in tiny apartments have plenty of experience carving out a living room, dining room, kitchen, and bedroom from a 400-square-foot (or smaller) space. During these weeks of self-quarantine, however, we’ve had […]

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Those of us who live in tiny apartments have plenty of experience carving out a living room, dining room, kitchen, and bedroom from a 400-square-foot (or smaller) space. During these weeks of self-quarantine, however, we’ve had to create a new room: a home office. And for anyone with kids, you probably have a homeschooling station now too. These are moments when we turn to room dividers — which could be anything from a bookcase to a curtain. With the right one, you effectively separate your work chair from your Netflix couch — and at least create the illusion of “going home” after a long day at the “office.”

As interior designer James Farmer says, “an open concept can be refreshing, but demarcation and division of the area is crucial.” We asked Farmer and eight more designers about their favorite pieces for breaking up a space. Both stylish and useful, their picks will let you split up your space or just give you a little extra social distance from the roommate you’re social distancing with.

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