Latest Interior Designing Trend: Zone Living


Rustic Living Room

Zone living is the latest trend that is being suggested by interior designers and builders. The Zone living simply means diving hoe into different living zones according to the function. Instead of defining the living room, cooking room, dining, entertaining and other spaces as the rooms, you have to define them as zones that give you different opportunities to view the space in a whole new light.

Movable Barrier in Contemporary Landscape

There can be times when you want to merge two or more zones or separate them, so the suggestion is rather than erect an immovable barrier between zones, you erect a movable barrier.

This you can do through modern door hardware technology, which is making it possible to create a movable barrier between zones, no matter the distance between walls. For this, you can choose to have:

Sliding Doors:

Sliding Doors for Zone Living

Stacking Doors:

Stacking Doors in Modern Living Room

Bifold Doors:

Bifold Doors

Extra Wide Hinged Doors:

Extra Wide Hinged Doors

These also help in better thermal insulation or acoustic insulation. The door panels can be double glazed.

Dividing Homes Into Zone:

Dividing Homes into Zone

Now coming back to dividing homes into the zone, it’s beneficial because you get to have the best of privacy and open space as well. Install glass doors instead of walls, you get each zone with privacy, and there is no loss of spaciousness that you get with open plan living.

You Have An Option Of Modern Room Dividers:

Modern Room Dividers

Room dividers were old fashion concept that has now received a new lease of life which array of new modern touch room dividers. One example is a hanging room divider, which is a simple sought-of framework that has a track built into or tracks installed on the ceiling. You get to choose the material you want to use for a hanging room divider, which you can operate vertically like blinds.

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Mamta is a home decor blogger. She is an aesthetician by heart who often writes about Home decorating and DIY ideas. She loves sparking creativity and giving them ideas for their own spaces.



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