5 Room Dividers Add Privacy for the Home Office

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Everyone needs a little privacy sometimes, and for those of us who have open space home offices like this one, a screen or room divider can be a godsend for productivity, focus and just a proper way to designate your work and live areas more clearly.

Eames Molded Plywood Folding Screen, $1,749.00 We know we’re biased, but thisportable, foldable piece by Charles and Ray Eames is a smart, distinctive way to divide your space. Get it: Herman Miller

Cloud Shelving System, $1,034.00 This innovative, stackable design by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Cappellini can be formed into a room divider or a large bookshelf.Get it: Unica Home

Yuki Screen, $1,336.00 Japanese design firm Nendo created this whimsical divider using plastic snowflake-like shapes. Get it: Cappellini

Parametre Partition, starting at $270.77 Made of 100% non-woven polyester, this lightweight, flexible 3D-textile system is easily expandable. Get it: 3form

The Puzzle Screen, starting at $2,040.00 This freestanding, simple-to-assemble wall designed by Egawa + Zbryk is reminiscent of work by sculptor Alexander Calder. Get it: Velocity Art And Design

Originally published at Lifework by Amy Feezor

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