How to divide integrated environments?

How to divide integrated environments?

I am one of those people adept at integrated environments. Lofts in general I like very much, but there are some environments that need to be a little more reserved.
Thankfully, nowadays we have countless possibilities to escape from the simple and dull walls. I selected some ideas that can help you divide spaces without losing breadth 😉

BIOMES

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: Bells & Whistles via Pinterest

The screens are super high and it is worth investing in this type of piece if you want to increase the decoration! The models add textures and, like it or not, the castings bring one more print to the environment 😉

EMPTY SHELVES

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: DIY Design & Decor via Pinterest

This is the ideal option for those who have little space and need to optimize the environment. The shelf with hollow niches continues to expand the space, but it also works as a support for several items!

COBOGÓ

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: Portobello

Cobogós are nothing more than hollow concrete or concrete blocks that allow light to enter, but also divide the environment. This has been a very traditional item in Brazilian architecture since the 1920s and is really a charm, right?

WOODEN BOARDS

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: Decor Fácil

Who knew that some wooden boards positioned correctly and with indirect lighting could be so sophisticated? This is an excellent alternative to separate the dining room from the rest of the house 😉

GLASS PANEL

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: Ad Magazine FR

The glass panels are true classics and you can play with colors and textures depending on your style. The most classic can opt for the matte black metal structure that brings an industrial touch to the décor. However, I confess that I fell in love with this mix of colors and golden structure.

METAL PANEL

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: DIY Design & Decor via Pinterest

The metal structure without glasses also has its value, right? In addition to allowing light to enter, the piece is a great option for those who need to circulate air throughout the space. I think this type of model has a very incredible Art Deco footprint!

TORN PANEL

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: Dezeen

Classic and cheap! The panels with wooden slats are simple to make and give a very beautiful effect in the decoration! This is an option for those who enjoy a classic decor style, but still full of charm.

VENEZIANAS

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: Marwa Elsayed via Pinterest

Venetian blinds may remind you of old-fashioned houses, but when used correctly they can create a wonderful look!

LOW FURNITURE

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: Ikea Hackers

This is also an alternative for those who need to enjoy every corner of the house. The small sideboards behind the sofa or a table at the height of the back already transform the environment!

EXCHANGE OF FLOORS

How to divide integrated environments?

Photo: @kessara via Apartment Therapy

Is this or is it not the most discreet and stylish option of all? The change of floor is ideal for those who do not want to clutter the space with some partition, but still need to delimit the environments!
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So, do you also enjoy homes and offices with integrated environments? What is your favorite “partition”?

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