The room divider is a useful tool to hide ugly objects in the field of view, or to divide the space into smaller parts to create a comfortable corner.
The shoji screen window in Japan is a lightweight room partition, and the tall board provides a stronger choice.
Many room partitions are hinged panels that are easy to stand and move if needed.
If you are installing a heavy room partition please ask for help to make the work easier.
Plan the location in the room and you will stand on the atrial panel.
Clear any areas that may hinder the installation of items, with special attention to ensuring that the floor is not cluttered.
Place the room partition in the upright position so that the bottom is on the floor.
Some of the room partitions have separate legs on the panels and others flush with the floor.
Adjust the left panel by bending you along the hinge.
Adjust it by bending the right panel along the hinge.
The center panel should be in the same position as when you stand upright in the room partition.
Let go of the room partition and it should stand up by itself now.
Make any adjustments to the standing room partition depending on your personal preference.
As long as the balance is maintained, the room partition can be similar to "Z", "C" or any other configuration between the two.