A great idea if you have a spacious room, an open concept floor, or a loft house, use a closet to separate environments. The furniture will serve as a dividing wall and at the same time a storage area. This resource can be applied to any room in your home, divide the hall hall creating a space for the jackets, or separate the bedroom from the built-in bathroom without doors. We share several examples to inspire you. Let’s go there!
A closet to separate environments
We start with ideas for the bedroom. As you will see in the images, located in the middle of the bedroom, the closet can serve you at the back as a support for the bed.
In open concept homes, a closet can separate the bedroom from the living room and at the same time create a more intimate rest area.
If you install the closet with access to the doors and storage area to the room, keep in mind that you will most likely have to cover the back of the closet to leave it “finished”. You will finish earlier if you line the back of your closet with a nice painted paper.
Or you can request a “custom” closet, in this case the back will be finished.
If you are worried that the closet will reduce the light in the bedroom, choose a smaller model.
You can also take advantage of the installation of the closet to create a separate dressing area inside the bedroom.
And then two examples of the idea we gave you before: line the back of the closet with wallpaper. Look how good it looks.
In our search for beautiful environments we have found cabinets to separate environments in the hall. The option seems super practical for homes where access to the home is open to the living room. If you are interested in this distribution you should know that the standard width of a closet is 60 cm. Micasarevista image
And also very interesting to get some privacy in children’s rooms shared by two brothers. Don’t you think