A free standing table is one way to break up your large space.
Large, spacious rooms are growing more and more popular, with open floor plans that combine living, dining, and kitchen areas. In many cases, a vaulted ceiling soars high above the "great room," adding to the feeling of overall spaciousness.
It can be challenging to decorate effectively in a massive, open space – and it can be great fun, too. If you have such a great room in your home, one way to create more intimate areas within it, while still maintaining the overarching grandeur of the space, is by using room dividers.
Here are some ideas for creating room dividers. They work well in large spaces, and can also be quite stunning in not-so-large rooms to create special effects.
Depending on the areas you want to divide within your large spaces, one of these treatments will likely suit your needs. If you want to experiment before committing to a more permanent solution, a lightweight, inexpensive bamboo or wicker folding screen is a great investment for testing different space divisions, and will be a great temporary solution to keep on hand, tucked away until needed.
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