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Home design decorating and remodeling ideas from Scotty Curthoys

Wall partitions design from Scotty Curthoys

Whether you've got an open floorplan or simply want to create private, cosy spaces in your home the right room divider can make all the difference. The pictures in this post use everything from shrubbery to nautical rope to curtains to produce spaces that are amazing, unique and instead go well beyond a folding screen.

In this modern office space, the region divides with tall spiky greenery appearing from the rear of a low modern couch.

Some room dividers tend to be more cabaret than midcentury. The golden sparkles in this curtain that is handing are playful and brash in a glorious mid eastern manner.

Another readily installed piece, these wooden slats take inspiration from Japanese design and absolutely divide the dining area from your breakfast nook in this just elegant house.


This medal room divider appears nearly pixelated, letting it combine readily together with the industrial design of the studio that is urban.

These luxury beaded drapes would never be located in a dorm.

Totally modern, this arty white partition implies separation more than it really separates.

The elegant look makes up for it, although a bit less seclusion is possible with one of these wooden slat sliding doors.

Decidedly mod, nearly just like a martini olive, this room divider is awesome and interesting without devolving into kitsch.

No one said a room divider needed to be dull. This pink lavish burrow makes it a little more enjoyable for kids to share a room.

Glass partitions

A lot of walls plus a room can really feel cramps and little, but not enough and distractions abound. This half wall with beams and a beaded drape lets in plenty of light and air while keeping the office space taken from the rest of the house.

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