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25 Wooden Screen Space Dividers For A Cozy Touch
In our time of open layouts and studio apartments space dividers become more and more popular because we admit that some spaces should be more private and some zones need to be separated. Various dividers have different advantages and disadvantages and here it’s important to find a proper piece for your interior. Today we’ll have a look at wooden ones and maybe they will fit your home!
A wooden space divider brings much more privacy than other dividers, glass, for example. Yes, it may look bulkier but proper space separation is guaranteed. One more advantage is that a wooden space divider is a cool decor feature that will never go out of style: wood is timeless. There are catchy geometric and other patterned screens, and a vertical plank screen will add visual height to your space. Ready to have a look at some examples?
Solid Wooden Screens
A solid wooden screen is feature that you won’t see so often, so it can make your interior stand out. Besides, such a screen bring total privacy and proper space division, which is essential for many homes. Choose a piece with cool wood texture and look to make it double as a decor feature, and it will never go out of style as wood is timeless.
a stained reclaimed wooden screens is a cool idea to separate a studio apartment
a rustic grey wooden screen makes the sleeping space more private and adds coziness to the shabby chic space
such an uneven wooden screen makes both the bathroom and bedroom more private and is a decor feature itself
Plank/Beam Wooden Screens
The most popular feature is a wooden plank screen, it’s a very trendy space divider. Planks can go vertically or horizontally but as I said above – vertical ones are more preferable as they add visual height and help to see the space as a whole, while horizontal ones can make the ceiling look lower. If you want more privacy, make wider planks or keep a distance in between them but remember that they won’t let much light in and your spaces won’t feel that airy. If you want more light and less separation, go for wooden beams – they will just hint on space division.
a dining space wraped in a vertical wooden plank screen on one side and from above that makes it a design feature
a black wooden plank screen separates the dining room from the entryway and doesn't look bulky
a modern space with a honey-colored wooden plank screen that separates the living room from the entryway
a gentle wooden screen separates a bathroom into zones for more privacy and comfort