Saturday, August 19, 2017

Interior wall partition design from Oliver Rohde

Whether you have an open floorplan or simply want to create more private, cosy spaces in your home the right room divider can make all of the difference. The photographs in this post use everything from shrubbery to nautical rope to drapes to create spaces that are beautiful, exceptional and instead go well beyond a folding screen.

Occasionally the idea of division will do to produce a space more comfortable, although white drapes don’t do much to keep out noise.

This low marble wall also functions as a mount for a flatscreen and conceals an office space.

Another easily installed piece, these wooden slats absolutely divide the breakfast nook in this simply elegant home and the dining area and take inspiration from Japanese design.

No one said a room divider had to be dreary. This pink plush tunnel makes it a little more fun for kids to share a room.

Custom mirrors

Sliding doors are another room divider choice that is creative. These are produced from reclaimed wood and may be left open for air flow and space or closed off for privacy.

Decidedly mod, nearly like a martini olive, this room divider is without devolving into kitsch interesting and awesome.

In this modern office space, both plants and furniture break up the place with tall spiky greenery appearing from the back of a low modern sofa.

This medal room divider seems almost pixelated, letting it blend readily with all the industrial design of this studio that is urban.

Component art installation, this brilliant snowflake design, part partition also has pockets for reading material or other d├ęcor.

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