Using the shelving units as a room divider is a brilliant creative way to separate the room in a modern and functional style. It lets you to still see the staircase zone and the outside environment through a window located next to the stairs. It said that the floor-to-ceiling open shelving successfully adds the stunning interior design that is able to be both the focal point and the collections display. Instead of applying the railing, the shelving unit can represent the open house concept that might become the theme of your house. The saving space shelving can be also the accent to decorate your room and you can lay several stuffs on it if you let it just the way it is. Giving several rattan boxes in vary size enforces the homey feeling and the rest you are able to put some other things like the magazines, potteries, and many more. The different size of the racks in the shelving units makes it not only as the functional furniture but it also becomes the work of art that definitely fashionate the room.
A divider naturally is used for separating a room with the other room when there’s no wall to separate them. A screen or some partition walls are the common things that always be used as a divider. However you do not have to always use the same materials to divide the areas that you want to be separated. Be creative and use the other stuffs as you see above. The staircase area is separated from the other space by a very inspirational room divider. Instead of using a screen it looks more attractive and useful to utilize the open shelves as a stunning divider. A floor-to-ceiling shelving stands beautifully among the room and the staircase area. It’s made from wood which is matched with the parquet that is using in the room floor. It enforces the warmth and natural nuance into your room. Painted in light brown the charming room divider offers you the effective space of a different functional area and an extra storage.
Use your color wheel to help you create your own color scheme that best fit your your personality. The monochromatic color scheme uses tone on tone of the same color with the addition of white or black to lighten or darken the color. For example, in this scheme blue can become a pale sky blue or a dark midnight blue and all three hues of the same shade are used to create this effect. The analogous scheme uses colors that appear next to each other on the color wheel.
For example yellow will be used with green or orange, or blue will be used with green or purple. This creates a colorful and often soothing palette. The contrast scheme is more dramatic. Here a triad of contrasting colors are used, such as yellow-orange, green-blue and red-purple. This introduces more color and energy into your home’s palette. Lastly we have the complementary scheme where two opposing colors, such as blue and orange, are used together to create a dramatic, bold and high energy color scheme.
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