Sharing a multifunctional environment is super important for organizing circulation, decorating and making things work well indoors. So I made this series of posts about ways to share environments (click to see the first post). This is the last one. I am sure you will find the best way to solve your problem!
In addition to all the forms already shown, here I add others that were not explored in previous posts. Check it out:
Sliding Doors / Panels: It has different materials and styles, work in different ways, but the goal is always to modify the spaces, creating or not privacy:
Fixed Panels: Whether of wood, masonry, plaster or other material, accumulating other functions or covering up columns that would be in the environment, they divide and create defined circulation areas.
(photo: designMilk – design -Diego-Revollo)
Divisions enjoying high ceilings: A “horizontal” division of space. With a high ceiling you can create new environments and use a lot of imagination. Even more so if the budget is not tight…
Partitions with unusual materials: This partition below is made with a wooden frame and wire mesh. And here I wonder what else could be used for an unusual partition: chicken coop, PVC pipes, copper pipes, imagine!
Glass and curtain share this room from the other room.
An artistic iron panel separates the living from the dining area.
Color: Colors are strong elements in the decoration. They really have the ability to visually split environments. Check it out:
The kitchen area is clearly highlighted by the black color on the walls and ceiling.
The pink 3D coating (aided by the adjacent mirror) seems to create a strong division in the room.
If you want to see even more inspirations: posts Sharing spaces with creativity, Sharing environments, Sharing spaces in the same environment explore the same theme.
In addition to all these ideas, it is important to emphasize that a good furniture distribution It is essential and can often be even enough to visually divide the environment. On the contrary, with partitions (and even walls) and a bad distribution the house doesn’t work, you can be sure!
You don’t need partitions, do you?