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This bookshelf blocks off the view of the kitchen. How much of the view is blocked can change, as the shelves can be completely emptied, completely filled with books, or left anywhere in between.
This unique built-in system allows for another kind of flexibility: Art can be displayed on either side. The homeowners can change this composition with ease when they want to open up or close off the wall, or when they acquire a new piece. They can even pull a switcheroo and have the art face the opposite room for a fresh look.
This light screening works like oversized matchstick blinds, creating a feeling of separate spaces by placing a filter over the view.
A simple grid of mirrors can take on a traditional, art deco, or modern look, depending upon how the flat is decorated. Whatever the style, it allows light to filter bounce around the space while creating a strong, physical separation.
A portable room screen like this one can be moved around to different areas. Also, its unique construction lets it serve as a sculpture.
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A wall of wine separates this music and movie area from the stairwell, creating a corridor.
A very short divider can add coziness to a nook; this one only extends the width of the windowseat. The divider emphasizes the horizontal and picks up on other rich woods used throughout the home.
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