Curtain room dividers – Make your own curtain dividers or buy panels that complement both sides of a room. Curtain dividers range from beaded, steep, patterned, solid or various designs on each side. They are typically used to separate two seats for privacy or to hide certain items you do not want out of the room, such as exercise or office. Decorate each side of the space around the curtain any way you want, as long as they complement each other when the curtain is pulled back exposing both sides.
Hang the curtain from the ceiling with hooks or on a track, depending on whether you will be able to open the curtain. Use a different color or pattern on each side, so the curtain room dividers complement the decor of this page. Hang matching curtains on the windows of balance, or choose additional curtains.
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Garnish the walls on either side of the curtain. Opt for illustrations or images that complement each other, if you plan to open the curtain. Otherwise, choose wall decor that goes with each side. Accessorize each side of the space accordingly. For example, storage cubes or shelves on one side and vases, candles or fresh flowers on the other hand, if the curtain room dividers separates a playroom from your living room.