Residential Accordion Room Dividers

May 17 08:17 2011 David Morrison Print This Article

In some residential situations an accordion room divider can be used.  Personally I prefer to use rustic iron whenever possible to give my home and garden a very authentic antique look.  They work well in all types of environments and will maintain well in the outdoors exposed to the elements of nature...

Room dividers come in all types!  Deciding the best design for your needs is often a challenge but keeping a few things in mind will help simplify the process.  However the decision can be made simple with one simple fact.  I have the space for a room divider and need a way to partition a room into two areas.  It can be a room or a deck or patio but just remember,Guest Posting you must have the space for a room divider.


In some residential situations an accordion room divider can be used.  Personally I prefer to use rustic iron whenever possible to give my home and garden a very authentic antique look.  They work well in all types of environments and will maintain well in the outdoors exposed to the elements of nature with little to no maintenance required depending on your design goals.  When possible I always go with a self standing accordion style room divider.  They have many benefits but my favorite is their ability to change widths.  This is sometimes necessary depending on the use and the look you are trying to achieve.


Using an an iron accordion room divider allows the user to easily modify the size of the partition.  When used in an entranceway or hiding a hallway from the rest of the home the accordion nature of the divider becomes a big advantage.  When used outdoors the accordion style of a divider can also add stability when exposed to natures anger.  On windy days the wider stance providers a stronger foundation to keep it from tipping and falling to the ground.


Wether you are using your partition for indoor or outdoor use remember that a wider stance is always beneficial when a divider is used as a self standing decor piece.  When space allows, spice up the area with a little decor.  You’ll feel better about your home and garden!

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David Morrison
David Morrison

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