- Projects and Photos of Integrated Environments
One of the options most used to guarantee more space for the houses and apartments is to invest in integrated environments. But it is not enough to just leave the walls. It is also important to pay attention to the decoration and other items that can separate the environments without the home losing the warmth.
- 1 Projects and Photos of Integrated Environments
- 1.1 Different Floors
- 1.2 Carpets
- 1.3 Screens and Curtains
- 1.4 Walls and Decoration
Projects and Photos of Integrated Environments
Lately, developments (especially apartments) are getting smaller and smaller. So when it comes to planning your home, it pays to consider integrated environments. Tearing down the walls creates a greater sense of space and facilitates the day to day living of the residents. But it also requires some care! For example, if the kitchen is integrated with the room, it is important to always keep the order of the place. For this reason, some experts
If the kitchen has a constant movement, with coffee, lunch and dinner, the integrated environment may not be the best option!
But it is not only the kitchen that can be integrated. You can also add:
- Living room + Kitchen
- Living room + Balcony
- Living room + Dining room
- Living room + Bedroom
- Living room + Home Office
- Living room + Bedroom + Kitchen (in case of kitchenettes)
That is, you can integrate any and every environment, just know a few tricks to separate spaces and maintain the comfort of home!
One of the most subtle and elegant ways to separate the integrated environments is to make use of different floors. You can put together ceramic tiles with wooden planks, smooth tiles with rough pieces and of course, diversify the colors! The important thing here is to know how to combine the items. So a good tip is to put one next to the other before the purchase, to make sure the tones match.
In the photo below, for example two types of floor were used: the carpet for the living room and the wood for the hallway, the wood is in its natural tonality and the carpet in a tone of beige, ensuring the perfect combination!
In this other example, a wooden floor was also used for the living room, but this time with wooden blocks. The ambience that was integrated is the dining room. For this reason, the owners have opted for a ceramic tile floor, which can be easily cleaned.
Here the right foot is also used to separate the kitchen from the rest of the environment.
The workbench is also a great way to separate integrated environments.
A very simple way to separate the environment is to use rugs. They are an incredible option, especially for the living rooms. The ideal is to look for large pieces that occupy the entire environment that you want to separate. Also, pay attention to how to place your rug. The assembly below will help you with the layout of the furniture.
But if you want to use the carpet in the dining room, for example, it is good to pay attention to the material of the same. After all, the piece should be easy to wash, to prevent possible accidents with food.
Screens and Curtains
Now you will finally be able to use in your home those pieces that we see in novels and movies. The screens are those objects used to protect, separate or hide a space. It can be moveable or not. The styles of screen are diverse: smooth, with drawings and with several formats. But in general they are produced with bamboo or wood.
This is a good option for those days when the house is a little messy. Just put the screen where the problem is solved! In addition, you can also make use of curtains for this type of situation. It can be a smooth style or bamboo blinds, for example. So your home looks natural and amazing!
Walls and Decoration
Another item that you should pay special attention to to differentiate the environments is the wall. You can paint it a different color or put decorations that match the space in question. Everything is valid in this matter. And if your intention when having integrated environments is to expand the space, you can also bet on mirror walls. They look beautiful in bedrooms, living rooms and even in the kitchen!
In the photo above, an amazing hint of how to separate environments by changing the color and decoration of the wall and furniture, since the kitchen cabinets accompany the same color of the space wall! In the photo below, another interesting technique was used. The colors of the living room and dining room are virtually the same, but separated by the white columns of the hallway.
Here, the wall and flooring get the same tiles. In addition, the other decorative items accompany the black and white tonality.
In the example below, different floors are used to separate integrated environments. But there is also a special touch: Wall of bricks to the office.
If you have a photo that sums up pretty much everything we said in this post is the image below! In this apartment, the kitchen and living room are integrated. But to separate the environments the owners have walls of different colors, carpet and even the ceiling entered the joke. And since the place is tiny, they still made use of the mirror wall to enlarge the space!
Now you already have several beautiful references to make your home even more incredible! Did you like the tips? So tell us in the comments!