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Room dividers are one of those things that can be useful in a huge number of contexts. In fact, even if you don't currently have a space that needs to be split into smaller areas, it's still a good idea to have some room dividers on standby. You never know when you will need one after all. Here are just some of the ways they can come in handy.

You Might Have a Guest Sleep Over

This is something that usually happens at one point or another. You might be living in an apartment, and then a friend or relative visits and needs to spend the night. Aside from having a spare mattress or sleeping bag on standby, it also helps to have some room dividers. After all, these are usually designed in a way that allows them to easily fold flat, so they can be stored out of the way. Then, when you have a guest come over, you can create a relatively cosy nook or alcove so that your guests can sleep and relax with some additional privacy.

The room dividers will also come in handy in case your guest needs to change clothes or do some other thing away from prying eyes. This is particularly helpful when the apartment doesn't have separate rooms. It's much easier to change or do other things behind some room dividers, as opposed to having to do all that in the bathroom.

You Might Need to Cut Out Some Glare

If you have a television in your apartment, you'll usually find that it isn't great to put it in some areas because there's too much glare coming from the windows. That kind of reflection really isn't great for the TV viewing experience, and so the glare needs to be cut down. Room dividers are great for this because they're easy to set up precisely where needed, in order to interrupt the sunlight. So this is another reason to have a spare set of room dividers. UK home owners will also appreciate how these dividers can prevent glare when using a desktop computer or laptop, or just about any other task that doesn't benefit from an overabundance of sunlight.

You Might Need to Hang Things

One of the problems of some rental places is that the landlord might not allow you to hammer nails or screw hooks into the wall. There are adhesive hooks available, but there are limits to just how much weight they can handle. So one option for hanging a painting, photo or art is for you to put your room dividers up against the wall, or elsewhere, and then you can hang the painting or art from a hook, which loops over the top of the divider. As long as the room dividers are strong enough to handle the weight, there shouldn't be any danger of it falling forward.

Written by Lisa Williams — July 23, 2015

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