Your huge living room likely sees more traffic than anywhere else in your home. Decorating huge living room is also as painstaking. They are difficult to maintain in the long run. Converting it into two different rooms with a living room divider seems a good idea. There are several living room divider ideas that you can use. If you’d like to divide your living room and provide storage space for books and decorative accents, use a living room divider bookcase to separate the two spaces. Tall and wide bookcases without backing allow you to partition the living room without closing it off, retaining the benefit of an open, expansive space. Low, wide bookcases placed on either sides of the rooms create a framed entryway and allow you to still see into the living area for a unified look. Look for traditional library shelving, cubes, narrow shelving and even cabinets and drawers to add texture and character to the room design.
Or you can choose living room divider screens. These screens often add a stylized look while dividing space. Hanging paper screens with a bamboo frame adds an Asian influence to decor with clean, sleek lines and light, natural colors. Place a pair of narrow screen panels on either side of the room for a framed entry or hang a screen from the ceiling or on a track to separate the rooms completely.