Divide spaces without partitioning!
Do you havea large living room that you would like to divide in two without losing light? Or do you simply want to change the layout of your home to create another functional space? While some spaces lend themselves well to being split up and large living areas, it is sometimes useful to divide a large space to define a new functional sub-space.
Room dividers could be the ideal solution for you! Claustras, panels, screens or separating furniture are all solutions for dividing a room without partitioning it and creating a dining room separate from the living room, an office in the bedroom, installing a reading or TV corner in the living room, etc. To help you make this choice and choose the most suitable partition for your home, here are some ideas for organising your space!
1 – “CSS” vintage shelving system by George Nelson – 1970 | 2 – Vintage Italian floor lamp by Filvem – 1970 | 3 – Togo vintage leather armchairs – 1970 | 4 – “CSS” vintage shelving system by George Nelson Rya high pile modernist carpet made by Desso, The Netherlands, 1970
1 – Claustra by Ludvik Volak for Drevopodnik Holesov – 1960 | 2 – Hanging lamp with 5 cylindrical lights in cascade – 1960 | 3 – “Tulip” table and 5 chairs set by Knoll, Eero Saarinen – 1990 | 4 – Vintage Tulip stool by Eero Saarinen – 1960
1 – Wood and steel modular self-supporting shelving system or vintage room divider – 1970 | 2 – Vintage wooden easel – 1970 | 3 – Three seater sofa by Yngve Ekström for Swedese – 1960 | 4 – Vintage Tulip stool by Eero Saarinen – 1960 Series 7″ office chair with armrests, Arne Jacobsen – 1963