How To Divide Your Living Room Into A Bedroom

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If you are suddenly caught in between a renovation or you just have small space and looking to find creative ways to combine or divide your living room into a bedroom, here's some inspiration to get you started.

We once had to put our bed into the living room back when we were renovating our farm house in San Diego. There was a lot of shuffling around, and there weren't any empty rooms that weren't being worked on that we could sleep in. Our other options were either too noisy (from the work going on), too messy or too stinky. Ha!

creative ways to combine or divide your living room into a bedroom

The solution we came up with was putting a bed in our living room. It was temporary, but it turned out better than we though it would! Read all about it here

Now let's move on to some of the great inspiration I promised you for dividing your living room into a bedroom…

creative ways to combine or divide your living room into a bedroom

I particularly love how clean and tidy this idea is. Dividing a living room into a bedroom using a bookshelf looks great here, especially since you don't need a really big book shelf to do this.

This also gives you more space not just for your bedroom furniture, but also to put a reading desk in the corner! More Pictures…



Divide Your Living Room Into A Bedroom

Curtains are a great way to divide a room. You can always opt in for different types of fabrics. Personally, I would suggest something thicker and less transparent if you're going to be having a lot of visitors over.

Using a curtain like this works really well if you have a small space that can't fit in any extra furniture to use as a divider. Source…



Divide Your Living Room Into A Bedroom

I love how this glass panel really creates the feel of different rooms when it's actually just one room. It's really cute and quite simple. This might not be an easy set up like a curtain or shelf, but it definitely sets everything apart and helps you manage the living room and bedroom space well. Source…



Divide Your Living Room Into A Bedroom

This is one of my favorite options because you do not need anything extra or have to go buying dividers. All you have to do is move your couch and your TV around, using your TV to mentally divide the space between your living room and your bedroom. Source…



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