The benefit of using a curtain as a room divider is that, you can move it around as and when you wish. Besides, a curtain does not hinder the ventilation, as well as the light from streaming in, as all you got to do is gather the curtain at one end and tie it up.
A curtain benefits those who face extreme space crunch, like those in a dorm, as well as those making do in studio apartments. What a curtained partition in a room does is, it creates individual spaces on either sides, which works well in such situations.
Let's check out how, we can use curtains to partition one room from another.
We advise you to go in for the ceiling-to-floor curtains to create a complete barrier. Another great option is, making do with partial dividers that cover a part of the area that you wish to separate, thus avoiding making the room appear stuffy.
Installing the Drapes
You should start by taking measurements of the area you intend to put the partition. Measure the length of the room and the height from the ground. Once this is done, make pencil marks at either ends and drill holes into the walls.
With the help of a screw gun, tighten the screw through the rod holder. Use a hook at the center of the room to keep the rod in place. Cut the dowel rod so that it fits into the holder perfectly. Suspend the drapes using curtain hooks or loops.
As mentioned earlier curtains help enhance the look of the room and breathe life into it, with these ideas I hope you see why. Besides, curtains are cost-effective means to get a partition in a room that was otherwise too stuffy or that lacked personal space. Feel free to redesign your house with these ideas.