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If you’ve ever lived in a studio, you know just how important it is to separate your sleeping quarters from the rest of your apartment. Not only does this promote good feng shui, but it can save you from embarrassment when a friend pops over unexpectedly and you’ve got a pile of dirty clothes on the bed. We’ve scoured our favorite online home decor sources for five room dividers that will visually separate your space and add a bit of glamour.

1. White Hand Carved Wood Screen from World Market, $199

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The boho aesthetic is all about maximalism, and this intricately carved wooden screen is no exception. The whitewashed mango wood is handmade by artisans in India, and the floral medallion motif lends a vintage feel.

2. Oh Joy! Screen from Target, $285.99

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If fun was a fabric, it would be this one right here. Blogger and designer Joy Cho has created her own line of furniture, decor, baby clothing and pet accessories for Target. This upholstered plywood folding screen provides “a practical partition while also giving a graphic backdrop to your room.”

3. JASSA room divider from IKEA, $59.99

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Bamboo furniture, once associated with tiki bars and your grandparents’ living room, is making a comeback. This natural-fibre room divider from IKEA’s limited edition JASSA collection evokes a relaxed, tropical state of mind.

4. Southwest Folding Room Divider from Amazon, $92.50


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Looking to add a bit more oomph to your space? Punch it up with pattern, like this trendy Southwest design. The four-panel rattan screen, which measures 78.75” wide, provides plenty of privacy.

5. Vector Folding 3 Panel Room Divider from AllModern, $99.99


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Achieve a minimal, modern look by partitioning your space with this black three-panel room divider. Sure, polyester isn’t the most exciting fabric, but the angular hairpin legs give it personality.

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