In a California home renovated by designer James Magni, a slate-covered fireplace divides the master suite’s sleeping and sitting areas.
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Home Inspiration Ideas gathered an array of living spaces—from dining areas to bedrooms—that are enhanced or separated by screens and room dividers. Find inspiration for your next home decor makeover featuring room divider ideas from some of the world’s best interior designers.
A screen decorated with exotic birds is positioned behind an antique side table and a Louis XV–style armchair in the skylit library of a historic São Paulo home decorated by Sig Bergamin.
To make a division between a dining room area and a family room you always can count on brass folding screens and sideboards together.
A custom-made “pleated” divider screens the bar area from the entrance of hotelier Jason Pomeranc’s Los Angeles home designed by Jim Walrod.
In the foyer of a New York apartment designed by the Rockwell Group, a Joan Mitchell painting surmounts a bespoke bronze credenza; a bronze chair by Claude Lalanne lends a grace note.
A Coromandel screen is the focal point in this living space. which was renovated by interior designer John Yunis with Pietro Cicognani of Cicognani Kalla Architect. The living room design is clad in a Maya Romanoff wall covering.
A 19th-century Chinese lacquer screen is displayed against silvered wallpaper with hand-painted additions in gouache by Scott Waterman. Furnishings include a console table with leather shelves.
A Larsen fabric divides the living area of a Beirut apartment designed by Joe Serrins. Art by Guerra de la Paz is suspended on steel cables in front of the glass curtain wall.
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A 1970s bed by Phyllis Morris commands a guest room in a Chicago apartment designed by Jean-Louis Deniot; the folding screen at right is covered in a Georges Le Manach jacquard.
English country home,a lantern designed by Hempel for Charles Edwards hangs above Regency sofas covered in a striped linen. Javanese-inspired slatted screen was custom made!
In the Manhattan home of fashion designer Thom Browne, the living room ideas 1920s Christofle bar cart stands beside a ’60s lacquer screen by Jansen.