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10 Most Creative Room Dividers

Paravent by Mona Hatoum (UK) – Based on a fold-out cheese grater scaled up to the size of a room divider or screen giving it surreal and architectural dimensions.


Natural Tree Branch Divider by Natsiq Outdoor features towering tree branches attached to a lacquered stainless steel base. It acts much the same way a natural privacy screen of trees would, allowing in just the right amount of light and breaking up the space without closing it off.


Fiberglass Bars

Room divider or modern art sculpture? It’s difficult to tell. Fiberglass bars mounted on a plank of wood catch the light and just barely provide a glimpse of the other side.

Phenomena – Room divider by Sang Hoon Kim

Characterized by an organic and pleasing appearance, this room divider is about the phenomenon of light. Light is always moving and,due to reflection, refraction and shadow, leaves behind a fantastic impression.


Illuminated Room Divider – serve also as light source


Water Bottle Privacy Screen by Klein Dytham- made from recycled water bottles


Toilet Paper Room Divider by Gary Hutton and Timothy Gemmill- You’ve got to store toilet paper somewhere 🙂

Silverton Bookshelf Design Room Divider [link] – books are not real ones 🙂




This modular partition system called ‘Cell’ by the Edelweiss Industrial Design studio allows you to custom-create a room divider in the shape, size and density that you need for that particular space. Thin boomerang-shaped strips of wood connect together and are easily arranged into regular or irregular patterns, giving you control over the transparency and look of the divider.

Molo Design, softseating and softwall

Molo Design, softseating and softwall

Molo white softwall

Paper softwall by Molo Design (Canada) – you can even have it with LED lightning

The room divider aku is a small sample of how the textile can be used as a sound-absorbing element in interior such as open landscape offices etc. aku has a foot that is possible to use as a seat. When several are put together the room dividers can be used also as a relax/lounge area

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