Great question! Take a look at what Pinterest has to offer for your needs:
Hello. The proper response might depend on your budget and Decour aesthetic. Here is a link that could be helpful. Perhaps posting a photograph of the area you wish to put the divider might help us get you the best options.
Hi Anette, There are so many ideas on Hometalk for room dividers:
Also, have you ever gone to IKEA? They have some really affordable ways you can divide a room up. I love seeing all of their ideas. From open book shelving to tracks on the ceiling for drapery. Definitely it is worth a look!
I came up with several ideas for you.
17 Room Dividers to Bring Order to Your Space
Depending on how clearly you want to define the sections, you can use furniture, room dividers, or curtains.
For example, defining the dining area from the living area in an open concept could be achieved by placing a sofa to create a virtual wall.
In a shared bedroom, a free standing changing screen can serve as a privacy method as well as defining each occupant's space. Hanging a curtain or quilt or other material can serve this purpose as well.
Bookcases or large pieces of furniture can sometimes work but keep in mind the back side is normally unfinished so you might want to add removable wallpaper or some other backing.
There are some creative ideas here!
tapestry or large bookshelves could work nicely.
Here are several ideas:
You can use old shutters from a house or you can buy shutter panels and hinges and make your own. Also they do make doors like shutters that can be used also . Could use an old door also .
I saw a neat room divider made out of a privacy fence panel, that might work! https://www.hometalk.com/21296477/a-privacy-fence-room-divider-covering-up-an-outdoor-eye-sore