It is believed that open layouts are a design trend that is catching up globally. However, in India, we still like to sort spaces as per their function. So while we have embraced the open layout in theory, in practice, we still need to segregate space in a less obvious manner than walls. And hall partition designs like we have described below will help us do just that. Below are some Hall Partition Designs for your living room:
#1: Metal Frame and Planter
This kind of living room dividers can help you carve out a foyer when there is none. As per the tenets of Vastu, every home should have a foyer. Even otherwise, an entryway builds up to the home. So pair this sleek wooden partition with modern architecture and smooth coloured wall paint for invigorating entry to your home.
#2: MDF Beams and Display
Display along with Partition
This is basically a functional partition design. The MDF beams make the partition porous so that it maintains the openness of the design. The cube shelves within the partition can be used for display or to store books. This type of living room dividers works best in coordination with other wooden elements.
#3: Carved Wood and Statement Piece
Picture: Crate and barrel
Classic Statement Piece with carved wood
Carved wood is what most people prefer for as it gives traditional decor for your living room. These types of dividers are works of art themselves. While they make classy statements and are often very expensive. So if you don't want to stretch your budget, you might want to opt for a see-through partition instead of a full-fledged one.
#5: Metal Frame and Plywood Shelves
Integrated living room dividers like these are very useful. The setup includes metal frames on a plywood base that has closed storage. Within the frames, plywood shelves allow display. Such partition designs can be used to segregate the seating area from a foyer or dining space.
#6: Ply and Laminate
Clean and Compact Partition
Open layouts are 'in" thing these days, but if you don't want to go all out, try a sleek partition like this one. The divider is a continuation of the TV unit and has a shelf too; so full points for cohesion and functionality.
#7: Metal Frame and Lacquered Glass
High on drama
One must opt for Lacquered glass if they feel that drama is being missed in their living room. These glasses are bright and bold, making quite a statement by themselves. Moreover, glass partitions are certainly more affordable than wooden ones.
#9: Wood and Glass
A see-through partition
If you have a large living room with plenty of space and you can afford to try this slightly heavy type of partition for sure. The design consists of a wooden grid over which a glass panel has been laid. This allows transparency but also segregates the space beautifully.
Article source: Livspace
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