Whether they were built in or freestanding, room dividers were a popular feature in the homes of the ’50s and ’60s. They helped separate spaces without the dark and style-less intervention of a wall, and they offered decor and privacy, oftentimes between the living room and its adjacent rooms. Finding them in tact is a rarity worth of celebration, but for those who want to take their fortune into their own hands, we’ve gathered some of our favorite cabinets and room dividers, vintage and new, that will surely be a worthy addition to your ranch.
For the funkier among you, this vintage room divider and planter is truly a one-of-a-kind find.
Simple but full of midcentury style, this Milano glass door cabinet in walnut can help you organize spaces while showing off your collection of space-age collectibles.
While you may not be able to put breeze blocks indoors, you can get a similar vibe from this vintage teak Danish room divider/screen.
Whether it finds its home between spaces or against a wall, the modular look of the Elias bookshelf has a truly mod look.
Storage doesn’t have to be without style. Perch this midcentury wide hutch + console against your wall and you can keep clutter put away and the goodies on display.
With a touch of Hollywood glam, the atomic pattern in this John Richard four-panel screen room divider is a more neutral approach to space organization.
Crisp and clean, that’s how to describe both the look and function of the Platform Upright Cabinet.
When your books are less stunning than your bookcase: enter, the V Bookcase-Room Divider.