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There are times when you need to break up a large space at home. One of the best solutions available for you is a do-it-yourself room divider. It is an easy weekend project that you can o by yourself or turns it into a family affair. It is easy to do, have lots of customisable options, low cost, and highly functional. You can easily choose the type of room divider based on budget, design, and difficulty to make.

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Choosing the Right Room Divider

When picking the type of room divider to make, you should base your decision on what you need and your preferences. You should consider the function of the area. Space restrictions should be one of the considerations as well. Other factors that you need to consider are the design of the space and the divider. You should also decide whether it is panelled, screened, or hanged. It depends on the available space and current interior design of the room.

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Designs of Room Dividers

While there are various types of room dividers that you can choose from, they are often classified into panelled, hanging, or screened. Some of the materials that you might need for the project include fabric, rice paper, or wood, depending on the type that you choose. Each element contributes to the overall design of the room. A lot of people prefer dividers that can be easily switched out depending on how the area is used.

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Budget for DIY Room Dividers

When it comes to making room dividers, budget will be a significant factor. The budget can affect the type of divider that you can make. The costs might vary from a cheap DIY project to an expensive one. It all depends on the materials to be used. There are several resources online that can help you determine what type of room divider that you can make based on your budget. You can also lower the amount you are going to spend by using recycled materials for your divider. But if budget is not a problem, then you can choose from a variety of materials to make a unique, trendy or modern divider.

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Available Space to Separate

Another factor to consider is the available space to be divided. Most people want to match the design of the room with the divider or how they will be using the space. Before you start with your DIY project, make sure that you consult books, magazines, and online resources to find a room divider that suits your space. If you have room to store unused dividers, then you can do several room dividers so that you can switch them out whenever you want to.

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Quality of DIY Room Divider

Just like any other DIY projects, it is important that you choose the high-quality materials to create a divider. If you are thinking of making it a permanent structure, then use the sturdiest material to get the right results. When you are just going to use it for a couple of years, then you can use beads or other items that are not as tough and durable.

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These are the things that you need to consider when doing a DIY room divider. It is important that you choose a design that will suit the space where you are going to use it.

Written by Lisa Williams — June 21, 2017

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