We've covered some cool sustainable room dividers in the past, like Buzzispace's soft felt partitions, Gaiam's Bamboo Screen, and Michelle Brand's Plastic Bottle Decor. Now we've gathered even more choices; details after the jump.
1. Greenworks, from Sweden, makes these gorgeous mobile living walls. The plants are grown in pockets in felt fabric. Their website doesn't indicate if these are available in the U.S., but something similar could probably be built using equipment from another company like ELT Living Walls.
2. 3form's partitions are made from their Varia Ecoresin material, which uses a minimum of 40% recycled resin. Prices vary by shape.
3. Loop's BioWall space divider creates a structure for growing plants and creating an indoor hedge. It's not clear if this is commercially available, but it's good inspiration for a DIY project.
4. This project from Lifehacker turns old LPs into a room divider. As record lovers, we have to say we hope people who make this use scratched records that can't be played anymore...
5. The Piasa room divider is made from sustainably harvested wood "knitted" together so that it's flexible. Designed by Godoylab.
6. Molo Design's Softwall is available in kraft paper that's 100% recyclable and made from 50% recycled fiber. The walls expand and contract to create the shape you want, and help dampen sound while letting light through. Pricing varies by length.
7. Nomad, designed by Mio Culture, is made in the U.S. from recycled, double-wall cardboard. The modular pieces can be arranged to fit any space.