RL Tips: How to Separate Areas in Your Home
If you’re living in a compact apartment, here are some easy ways to divide the limited space without putting up constricting walls
Whether you’re living in a studio apartment or a three-bedroom condo, most likely you have a space that seamlessly flows to the next. The most common example of these would be a kitchen that is connected to your dining and living room areas. For studio apartments, the kitchen, living room, and bedroom are all connected. How then do you make distinct divisions between these spaces minus walls? Here are ideas that you may want to consider.
Photos used in this feature by Vincent Coscolluela, Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions, Paolo Feliciano, and Jun Pinzon.
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