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Home Tree Atlas: Home Decor Ideas and Mood Boards Like to have some in my studio

Another good alternative for studio apartments needing a room divider! Bookshelves and curtains work wonderfully! Maybe both

How To Hang 30' Of Curtains For $40 Home Hacks. This is exactly the room divider I was thinking of!

I thought would be good for the girls room. That way I don't have separate their clothes on wash day

stencil windows to filter light and viewing inside home... I like this idea especially for a small country home... it looks kindda like vines...

Apartment Storage for small spaces. I like this idea of using a shelving unit to separate the entry way from the living room

The Shabby Nest: An Ingenious Way to Hang Curtains~

I love these screens that still let in light and have the brilliant addition of wheels on the bottom

34 Fantastic DIY Home Decor Ideas With Rope | WooHome

21 Original Storage Solution To Save Some Space | Shelterness

multi purpose furniture. dresser as TV stand and expedit storage unit as a room divider.

Beautiful and Practical: Windows Indoors | Apartment Therapy: It's sort of a genius solution; a wall of windows clearly delineates separate spaces, but still lets light (and views) flow through. And if you need a little privacy, you can always install a curtain behind the windows, as in the photo above. It's the best of all possible worlds.

Great room divider for a studio apartment. Great idea!

21 Ways To Redecorate Your Home Using IKEA Furniture...This Looks Amazing - Dose - Your Daily Dose of Amazing

Translucent: Allowing light to pass through, but not defined objects.

skinny free standing cabinet for laundry area powder room.

turn one room into two - If your space is fairly long or rectangular. Create a 'wall' that will make two separate zones. A few ideas to try: a sheer curtain, the headboard of your bed, or make a wall with materials you can find at your local hardware store.

We don’t have a true entryway or foyer. The front door opens up into the living room. The small area behind the chair acts as our “entry.” Peg hooks give guests a place to hang their coats and the bench is a great spot for stashing deliveries until we open them.

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