Tuesday, April 7, 2009

How to Create a Bonus Area With a Room Divider

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How to Create a Bonus Area With a Room Divider

There is always the need for more space in a home! Many times, my clients with large living rooms or family rooms have a corner or side of the room that is just not used. You may have this same situation, so instead of creating another seating area that might not get used at all, do what I have them do: cut out a small room as your bonus area. You can use it as an office, a sewing room or an arts and crafts area for the kids--and the bonus of having this bonus space is that it will be shielded from the rest of the room, allowing you to leave projects out on the table without creating clutter! The best way to accomplish this is with a room divider or screen. The hard surface lends itself to feeling more like walls, thus giving it a more permanent feel, whereas drapery hung from a ceiling-mounted rod tends to look a bit more makeshift. Here are my tips for sectioning off an area with a room divider.


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