The beauty of open plan spaces lies in their versatility. With no walls to limit furniture placement, how you style the room is completely up to you. But what happens when you want to divide the space into several areas? This week’s render by NONAGON.studio gives us a clever solution. Let’s take a look.
Use Furniture and Curtains to Separate the Room with Style
This cozy studio is a great example of a multi-functional open plan space.
While a large part of the room is dedicated to a welcoming living space for family and friends who come visit, a part of the room is sectioned off as a private bedroom. With a playful mix of various seating, from a vibrant yellow sofa to an arched gray lounge chair, the living area is defined by the geometric area rug, the console table and the blue chair that surrounds it. This clever furniture placement brings the focus of guests and family toward the center of the living space. For extra privacy, add a curtain to partition off the bedroom. With the flexibility to draw the curtains close, the room feels more intimate without sacrificing precious floor space.
Do you have other tips and tricks for dividing open plan spaces? Let us know in the comments below! Make sure to check out more stunning renders by NONAGON.studio by heading over to their website.
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