A room divider is a new trend to partition a room these days, but how can you follow the trend if you don't have money to buy an already made room divider and also don't know how to make one yourself?
Thankfully, we have compiled a list of 35 DIY room divider ideas that will teach you how to make different kinds of room dividers, all you have to do is pick a preferred guide, gather necessary materials and tools, and start building.
1. DIY Room Divider Under $20
A room divider can cost up to $100 in the store, but this guide will show you how to make a room divider by yourself with as little as $20. The guide started by identifying the materials and tools needed for the project then started cutting and assembling.
2. DIY Room Divider
In this video, the creator started by Identifying the materials required for the project, then she measured and marked the entryway where the curtain will be. After this, she drilled a hole big enough to accommodate the hooks to the marked wall and screw close the hooks.
3. DIY 6ft Room Divider
Making a room divider is very simple and straightforward but the process of staining the wood and leaving it to dry before moving on to another step makes it time-consuming. In this guide, you will learn how to make a 6ft room divider with ease.
4. How To Make Your Room Divider
With three-pocket jokes on each piece of the lumber, the creator in this guide makes this amazing room divider. Isn't that great? Follow the step-by-step instructions in the video to make one for yourself.
5. DIY Cardboard Room Divider
The materials needed for this DIY room divider include a pencil, utility knife, ruler, and cardboard. The first step after gathering the materials is to cut the cardboard into parts, the parts that will later be joined together to form the segment of the room divider.
6. Twinkling Branches Room Divider DIY
The most important part of this project is the zigzag frame. Once the frame is strong and sturdy, attaching the branches and LED light won't be a problem. It is a sparkling room divider.
7. DIY Glass Room Divider
This is made from IKEA's PAX sliding cupboard door. The PAX is foldable, cheap, and easy to set up. If you're a beginner, err is a simple room divider project for you.
8. DIY Room Divider With Fabric
The materials and tools required for this project include drill, drill bits, screw hooks, screw anchors, staple gun, hammer, tape measure, safety glasses, adjustable connectors, and tape. It is a very easy and cheap project once you follow the instructions in the guide.
9. DIY Room Divider Wall
This is made from three pieces of MDF boards, River metallic paint, and blue metallic paint. The first step is to prepare the MDF boards and then paint the upper half in silver metallic paint. Allow the boards to dry and attach them.
10. DIY Room Divider
In this video, the creator started by selecting the stable materials room divider walk. After gathering the materials, she cut the wooden boards into pieces and then started assembly.
11. DIY Sliding Room Divider
This contains links to each material and the tools used in the video tutorial. The guide provides a detailed explanation of each process of the materials and this makes this suitable for beginners as well.
12. DIY Japanese Divider
The first step in making this Japanese room is dividing us to make the frame assembly. Use glue and stick to assemble the frame then spray paint the frame and allow it to dry. The video tutorial makes building the four dividers easier and faster. The cost of making is very economical as well.
13. Cheap Office Divider DIY
The materials needed for this room divider included PVC pipes, PVC corner pieces, PVC end cap, PVC glue, black plastic spray paint, easy drop canvas, saw drill, grommets, and hooks. The first step is to make a blueprint of the PVC assembly, then start by creating the base with canvas hooks.
After this, attach one grommet to the corner of one canvas and buckle it to the frame. Then attach the second grommets to the canvas and you're good to go. Spray paint the door divider in your desired color.
14. DIY Room Divider Screen With Laser
The guide started by analyzing the importance and uses of door dividers then went ahead with the list of materials needed. After the materials, the first step is to create a sketchy design for the four dividers that will serve as a template for the project.
The guide includes a downloadable file that contains details on various panels required for the project.
15. IKEA Hack Room Divider
IKEA expedit shelves are a very good item that can serve as a room divider. The bookshelf comes in handy and can be placed anywhere in the room. It is very cheap and inexpensive.
16. DIY Photo Room Divider Screen
This is made from a steel rod, welding rod, a sheet of plywood, hollow rid, binder clip, chop saw, tire rim, and paint. With a detailed explanation, you will be able to make this yourself within a few weeks.
17. DIY Hula Hoop Divider
The materials needed for this include 13 Hula hoop, 7ft pieces of wood, 4 brackets, good spray paint, and zip ties. In this video, the creator started by making the door assembly using brackets to join the wood pieces together, then he used zip ties to buckle the hula hoops to the frame, and just like that you have the room divider. The last step is to paint the divider.
18. DIY Folding Screen Room Divider
This time-lapsed video stated by listing the materials and tools needed for the project then the instructor went ahead to give the step-by-step process of making the screen room divider. He also provides links to some of the materials and a link to down the instructions for free.
19. How To Make A Room Divider With Cardboard Boxes
If you want to make a room divider and your budget is saying another thing, this is a good time for you to achieve your desire. This cardboard room divider didn't require a huge cost of production. The major materials needed are cardboard boxes which you can easily find around the house.
20. How To Divide A Room With Floor Mats
This is made from an IKEA floor cover. The floor was very strong and sturdy and it was simple to assemble. Once the creator finished assembling the floor mat, she then stood the long spread mat unsightly and installed it to the desired location.
21. DIY Wood Pallet Room Divider
Pallets have proven to be very good material in the woodworking space. It is very easy to disassemble into various things. This room divider was made from pallet boards. The creator started by disassembling the pallets then removing every nail or hardware on them. Then, he prepares the wood pieces and stains them before reassembling them into a room divider.
22. How To Make A Geometric Room Divider
This room divider will give your room a more unique interior look because of the extravagant design on the frame. It is simple, strong, sturdy, and inexpensive.
23. DIY Macrame Room Divider
If you've been wishing to overtake in a macrame project before but you don't know where to start from or where to learn from. This is a very great macrame project that will teach you the basics of macrame craft and the process of using it to make a room divider.
24. Steampunk Tri-Fold Room Divider
This instructable guide will show you how to make a room divider using a few materials like an MDF CNC router, hammer, copper spray paint, and saw. Once you follow the guide, you will be able to make a room divider by yourself.
25. DIY Room Divider
Here, a room divider was made from curtain rods, wall brackets, and curtain fabric. The instructor showed every detail needed to understand the concept and also provided links to get the listed materials above.
26. DIY Rope Wall Room Divider
This is made from 2 pieces of light wood, role, ceiling hooks, drill, scissors, spray paint, and tape. It is a very simple project once you follow the instruction given by the creator. Links to each material listed above are given in the description box of the video.
27. Room Divider DIY
This is a very quick and easy room divider made from a bamboo ladder and some canvas fabric. The videos will show you the step-by-step process of making it and the cost of making it is very economical.
28. DIY Simple Rope Divider
This video tutorial started by cutting the lumber to size and making grooves in some of the wood pieces. The next step is to start assembling the wood pieces to form the room divider.
29. Building A Room Divider
The guide started by listing the materials and tools needed for the project and a detailed explanation of the uses of each material and tool. Then the guide went on to describe the process of making the room divider with maximum details. You should check it out.
30. DIY Multifunctional Room Divider
In this instructable guide, you will learn how to build this multipurpose room divider. While the primary function of the divider is to partition the room, the interior part serves as a black chalkboard. Isn't that amazing.
31. DIY Bi-Fold Room Divider
In this guide, the first step is to get the doors that will be merged to give the bifold room divider. The guide then went further to remove the hardware on the door and screw them together with the new set hardware. The guide advised not to use a new brush when painting.
32. Sheet Music Decoupage Pax Room Divider DIY
This is made from boards, screws, primer, white glue, paper, foam brush, wood or metal trim, and adhesive. After listing the materials, the guide describes the process of putting the materials together to form an amazing room divider. It is very simple and inexpensive.
33. DIY Room Divider
This is made from fabric and electrical conduit. This video will teach you how to use these two materials to make a room divider. It is very simple and inexpensive.
34. DIY Room Divider For Small Rooms
The materials needed for this DIY room divider include tent material, gold reflective paper, chrome pipe, chrome pipe holder, pipe corner, gold handle, and wood. The video started by cutting the gold reflective paper into strips and reducing the size of the tent material to the length of the room.
35. How To Build A Room Divider Closet
Here the instructor explains the uses of the room divider and the materials needed for the project. After this, she describes the process of making the frame and joining the whole room divider together. After the joining, she then painted the room divider. In the description box of this video, you will find the link to the cutting list and plan for the room divider.
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