Ideas to create beautiful partitions-Icon Homz

Using glass: If you are worried about privacy but also do not want the partition to obstruct the natural flow of light, you have a number of options in textured glass, frosted glass or even stained glass that can be cut in the dimensions you need to carve a beautiful partition wall.

A well-defined space serves as much utilitarian value as aesthetic. There might be many instances where you might have wished that a particular area in your home could have been utilized better for want of a clear demarcation from the rest of the house or space. Here are a few tips to create beautiful partitions:

Using MDF boards: Lovely cutwork or jaali work on MDF boards can make for some lovely partition walls. Not only are they easy to create but also score high on aesthetics. They can be mounted on a shoe-rack or a side-board to give that increased area of privacy and demarcation between a foyer and a living or even between a living and dining area.

Using beads: Though a little expensive option depending on the kind of beads used, this can add notches to the glamour factor when used as a partition. Beads come in different varieties such as crystal, steel, bamboo or even plastic. These beads when woven into strings can be used as curtain partitions.

Using glass: If you are worried about privacy but also do not want the partition to obstruct the natural flow of light, you have a number of options in textured glass, frosted glass or even stained glass that can be cut in the dimensions you need to carve a beautiful partition wall.

Image: gharexpert.com

Image: gharexpert.com

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