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In this living area, a counter successfully anchors the dining zone. Behind the dining table, an elevation defines the slumber area.Here’s how to squeeze a breakfast bar into your kitchen
7. A half-wallA distinctive half-wall adds functional and aesthetic value to smaller apartments. In this image, it draws a clean line between the living and dining zones, without obstructing light or views. Read more: Create Internal Partitions With Gypsum Drywalls19 Subtle, Sleek and Stylish Ways to Partition SpacesTell us: Which of these partition ideas will you try in your home? Tell us in Comments below.
Divide and separateA thoughtfully placed bookcase or storage unit can also act as a powerful separator between the living and dining areas. As well as providing useful storage for either area, it creates a useful surface on which to place plants, sculptures and photos, all of which help to separate the zones.
Build a distinctive half wallThe half wall in this all-white room doesn’t stand out at first because the eyes fail to discern the shadow lines along its edges. The wall here is more functional than it is aesthetic, offering much-needed privacy to the dining table behind it.