Turn your back on it.
The couch is a great borderline element. Use it as a dividing line between the living area and the dining area. Also, its back can be very useful when it is not supported by the wall. Place a desk on its back to have your office or a low cabinet to store toys and create a play area. Modular sofa Söderhamfrom IKEA.
It marks the limits
In houses where the kitchen and living room are integrated, an island or bar is the best alternative to differentiate them. Choose a model of the same material and style as the two rooms and with storage space, if possible on both sides.
A widely used resource is wall painting. Paint a partition in a different color and frame different areas in the same space. Use it to differentiate dining room.
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From door to door
Closures are an effective solution to divide the room. Choose models of glass panels with an iron structure and wide or sliding doors to open and close at your convenience. Its main disadvantage is its high price.
Dining table Miragefrom Maisons du Monde.
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At your feet
Place a chest of drawers or a bench on the bedside and you’ll automatically have an atmosphere other than sleep. If you’re looking for a little more privacy, hang some curtains. All you need is a few rails or a bar and a lightweight, clear fabric. Ideal for work areas or dressing rooms inside the bedroom.
It’s one of the cheapest options. Perfect for creating several atmospheres in a bedroom or separating the hall from the living room to gain privacy. You can also move it around and leave it open or closed. Choose from a wide range of decorative options. Maokofrom Maisons du Monde.
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