IKEA Risör Room Divider

The IKEA Risör Room Divider is a screen that can be placed anywhere to divide a room or space into private areas. With a design inspired from traditional screens originating in Asia, the IKEA Risör Room Divider is made of different sized translucent squares to give it more of a distinct look rather than a plane acrylic lacquer. You cannot see through the room divider, but can see a soft and distorted shadow or outline of what's behind it.

IKEA Risör Room Divider has a height of 72.875” | 185 cm.
The IKEA Risör Room Divider has an overall height of 72.875” | 185 cm, width of 85.0” | 216 cm, and depth of .
The IKEA Risör Room Divider has an overall height of 72.875” | 185 cm, width of 85.0” | 216 cm, and depth of . The seat height of the IKEA Risör Room Divider is set at with arms at .
The IKEA Risör Room Divider has an overall height of 72.875” | 185 cm, length of , and depth of .
The IKEA Risör Room Divider has an overall height of 72.875” | 185 cm, length of , and depth of . The seat height of the IKEA Risör Room Divider is set at .
IKEA Risör Room Divider have an overall length of and width of 85.0” | 216 cm. IKEA Risör Room Divider have an overall area of .
The IKEA Risör Room Divider has an overall height of 72.875” | 185 cm, length of , and depth of . The IKEA Risör Room Divider has a seat height set at and an arm height of .
The IKEA Risör Room Divider has an overall height of 72.875” | 185 cm, length of , and width of 85.0” | 216 cm.
The average IKEA Risör Room Divider has an overall height of 72.875” | 185 cm, withers (shoulder) height of , and body length of . A typical IKEA Risör Room Divider weighs between and has a lifespan of roughly 2019.
The typical IKEA Risör Room Divider has an overall height of 72.875” | 185 cm and body length of . An average IKEA Risör Room Divider weighs between and has a typical lifespan of 2019.
Set of elevation and plan drawings of the IKEA Risör Room Divider with dimensions for height and width

The IKEA Risör Room Divider is a screen that can be placed anywhere to divide a room or space into private areas. With a design inspired from traditional screens originating in Asia, the IKEA Risör Room Divider is made of different sized translucent squares to give it more of a distinct look rather than a plane acrylic lacquer. You cannot see through the room divider, but can see a soft and distorted shadow or outline of what's behind it.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Common Questions
How do you use a room divider?
A room divider, as the name suggests, can be used to divide rooms into smaller and more efficient areas. It is most commonly found in individual residences, being used as a piece of decor to showcase one’s personal style in a home, to conceal cluttered items, or to provide a sense of privacy.
How do I make a room divider?
There are many DIY room divider options such as utilizing a clothing rack and curtain, a bookshelf, or wire mesh screens. One can take panels of wood or frosted glass and fasten them together with piano hinges for the accordion-like appearance of typical room dividers. Another way of making a room divider is to thread thick rope through wooden plates mounted in the floor and ceiling. This is a way to divide spaces without completely concealing the areas from each other.
What is a room divider?
A room divider is a piece of furniture positioned in a room to separate and define areas within that single space, like a screen. A room divider can be made from a variety of materials and can be portable or temporary given the environment it exists in. Other objects and furniture pieces such as a shelf or collection of plants can also act as a room divider.

Details

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Height: 
72.875” | 185 cm
Width:
85.0” | 216 cm
Depth:
Length:
Weight:
Materials
Solid pine; polypropylene screens
Designer
Julia Treutiger (IKEA)
Year
2019

Drawings include:
IKEA Risör Room Divider front elevation, front (person), side, plan

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