For those who have a large living room in addition to probably the lounge area where we usually find television, sofas, shelves, and coffee table. But do not forget that we also have another area, the dining area , where we usually have the table dining chairs and a sideboard or cabinet to store dishes and other accessories.
And all this is in the same room but separated by an imaginary line that everyone has in mind, but we can also separate them in a simple and easy way by anything but imaginary. And when I say in a simple and easy way I mean a separate form in which there is no work to do and no complicated or expensive job.
So here we bring you some ideas to decorate and separate the living room and dining area into two distinct zones.
1. Separate living room and dining area with wood paneling.
As you can see in this example with 3 wooden panels painted bright red coming from the roof to the ground and anchored easily and fast, it has been separated the living room and the dining area. You don’t need a wall to separate them, you just need clearly 3 wooden panels that also do not break the flow of the room nor limited the space of one to another.
And wood panels serve not only as practical elements for separating the two environments, but also as decorative objects. No doubt an interesting idea of separating the dining room and living room.
2. Separate living and dining room with couch.
Another way to separate the dining room and living room is making use of the couch, if we have a long sofa as in the example above, and give back to the dinner table, it creates an imaginary line that divides the two spaces, but not as entirely imaginary as the sofa, in this case aided by the two columns clearly delimit another area.
3. Separate living room and dining room with screens.
The other option to separate the living room from the dining room is perhaps the most simple, quick, cheap and decorative way is with screens. Adding a screen to separate two spaces is fast, simple, cheap and depending on the screen, it’s also decorative.
4. Separate living room and dining room with curtains.
This option may resemble the former in terms of speed, efficiency and decorative solution but maybe a bit far from straightforward, because depending on the structure of our living room, it is somewhat complicated we may place a curtain separating both rooms.
But if in your case the structure of your living room allowed, you can easily place a curtain to separate the two environments.
5. Separate living and dining room with some furniture.
Another interesting idea to separate the living room and the dining room is with furniture, plus of course the cabinet continues to fulfill its function. You can even separate both rooms with the dresser or cabinet where we keep the dishes to eat.
As you see there are certain relatively simple and quick ways to separate living and dining room though both occupy the same space.