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Room dividers are a perfect solution to create a partition between rooms in style. Bifolding doors were considered a few years ago to be an appropriate choice as room dividers, but now there are various other choices such as sliding-folding doors, folding –sliding doors, bi-fold and multi-fold doors. The frameless glass doors also caught up the trend a few years ago as room dividers UK.

Another popular choice is the glass curtains that are single and shiny, but they failed to replace the bi-folding doors. Another problem was they also failed to adhere to building regulations with respect to thermal value. They also were a misfit as external balconies enclosure as they were not weather-proof to 100%. However, the frameless glass doors are appropriate choice to fit each design styles in the interiors. Frameless glass patio doors installations are also done easily as room dividers UK.

Open partitions also have caught up with the trend and these include open room dividers are the fixtures with gaps such as an inglenook fireplace or a vertical beam or even a breakfast bar in a contemporary style home. The open partitions that work has modern room dividers are typical blinds, panels or curtain creating a physical division in two areas that facilitates moving it aside easily or can be easily raised to open living.

Blinds and curtains

Blinds are in various types to be used as room dividers and they come as vertical flat panels, vertical strips, pleated blinds, roller blinds and venetian blinds. All these can be attached to the ceiling joists. They may be drawn like a curtain and also can be lowered or raised. The venetian blinds and vertical strips always stay in a closed position, but the strips may be maneuvered allowing viewing between the areas and also ensuring good light flow.

Curtains are cheap to install as room dividers and it can be replaced when damaged to suit your room decoration. It just needs a rail fixed between joists or walls in the ceiling, enabling to be pulled across. The audible privacy is hindered.

Doors and Panels

Panels and doors provide a formal structure in dividing an open area into two rooms. Home owners add sliding panels or doors to ensure versatility. Today, there is an extensive choice to make a statement of lifestyle as per the budget. The doors can feature pivot opening, sliding or folding. It may be supported at the side with hinges or at the top or even panels may be set on the floor.

Written by Lisa Williams — February 12, 2016

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