Tear down those walls and draw some inspiration from these Singapore homes instead.
These room dividers double up as storage space, aesthetic decor, and more.
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The open-backed bookcase help give the homeowners some privacy should the front door be left open.
The added door to the bookshelf allows the area to be completely concealed if desired.
We love how this bookshelf serves as a room divider and a headboard too!
A low TV console conceals the study from the sleeping area.
No space to build a bookshelf? This one with a slim and narrow frame would suffice too.
Another storage alternative that doubles up as a divider: a large wardrobe.
A recycled iron grill makes a cool feature wall and room divider for an industrial-looking space.
Want a fuss-free solution? Go with curtains.
The glass accordion door helps keep out cooking fumes, but can be opened when more space is needed.
Opt for a screen over your kitchen counter instead should space be limited.