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room divider concept I have this on file because of my worry that the room divider must be narrow, unlike the other photos where there is a "counter". I think a counter would have to be a minimum of 20" or it might look goofy After much thought I think this is the only solution

Built ins define an entry via BHG. DIY Built-in IKEA Bookshelves: "Built-in bookcases not only add a ton of character and storage, but they really can make a small house feel so much bigger!"

Entryway organization Bookcase with a set of drawers to organize small items and put wire cooling racks on a plastic mat to put shoes on. Attach hooks on side to store keys.

Great idea for opening up space on a load bearing wall. You still get the open feel, but have the support it needs. Plus, the cabinets give extra storage

Remodeled Craftsman house with built-in bookcases and wainscoting- The white looks so crisp and clean...I can't decide whether or not to paint the woodwork white again after stripping off 88 years worth of paint.

Use Windows as Room Dividers A bank of tall and narrow multi-pane windows between the kitchen and the dining room makes both rooms feel lighter and airier. Another transitional element, a pair of wood columns, visually separates the dining room from the adjacent living area. Wow...what if I did away with the breakfast bar and installed storage cabinets with a set of windows above?!

IKEA Billy bookcases + Lowe's kitchen wall cabinet + cut-to-fit shelf for seating + wainscoting = awesome entryway system for under $300.

White columns with built in shelves . . . great to divide up a room and give the feel of an entry area. ♥

Use some artificial boxwood foliage sprays for some subtle color. Buy now from

shelf to define entryway from living room