This corner in living room is designed by nook Architects for an open living room. The corner is perfect for spending time with friends. The breakfast area provides an area for the owner’s cupboards and drawers. The same space can also be used for something else. The same open space, opposite the stairwell, features only colored cabinets. The walls are painted in a rich tone. The corners are simple, but very nicely arranged and arranged so that the one using them are the able to create a strong sofa area.

The original purpose of the partition is to create a special room in the house where the owner can go whenever they feel the need to rest or relax. If you value privacy and you want to create an intimate space, then it would be better to create a semi-open-plan rather than having several separated rooms.

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In a split this type of partition creates an access to the hall that is further enhanced by the possibility of separating it. The same color palette has been used for the sofa and the dining table. The same strong colors have been used for the kitchen cabinets and the cabinet doors. This is a great way to avoid mixing patterns.{found on archdaily}.

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