Developing a traditional Arts and Crafts built-in room divider is on our list of must-do renovations. The conventional design combines form and function to define at least two spaces . These dividers help organize large spaces while keeping an open floor plan and keeping rooms bright and airy. Most have square, tapered columns and storage, but fresh variants create the same effect.
Does your house have a room well suited to a built-in room divider? Take a look at these ideas and see if one arouses inspiration.
Standard trims with simple profiles and square columns make this built-in room divider.
Innovative Construction Inc..
Interior tapered columns with dentil detailing high 30-inch bookcase cabinets.
Melaragno Design Company, LLC
In authentic Arts and Crafts form, these furnishings are all made to match the house, and the area’s ornamentation consists of natural woodwork and room dividers.
Ventana Construction LLC
Rather than storage, this built-in room divider is composed of paneled wainscoting bases mimicked in the square, tapered columns.
Clawson Architects, LLC
Half walls with columns indicate the border between the kitchen and the dining room, connecting both visually while giving each a separate individuality.
Blue Sky Building Company
The coffered ceiling in this living room coordinates with all the room divider and its columns, creating visual harmony throughout the room.
A half wall with a column divides this family area and dining room area. It defines every while still maintaining a open floor plan.
This Green Lake-area dwelling in Seattle is the result of an extensive collaboration with the owners to recapture the architectural nature of the 1920s and’30s Craftsman houses in the surrounding area. Maintaining and honoring the built-in room divider was a must.
Floor-to-ceiling columns with flanking bookcases act as a transition between chambers with various ceiling heights.
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