Study room partition and living room

The living room and the study are not related, but the study is an indispensable area in modern life. Many people want to divide the large living room into a small study, but they don’t know how to design the best. Separating the living room from the study can help everyone. Let me learn how to design the living room and study partition together with the editor.

Generally speaking, to combine the study with the living room, a large living room is required, especially if the living room area exceeds 40 or even 50 square meters, a small study area can be simply set up. In addition, if there are pillars or beams in the building structure of the living room, it is also more suitable to add the study, which can be an open or semi-open study. The living room of the villa can also be added to the study area. If the area is small, a small work area can be set up for reading or working, and the main purpose is to use the space simply and rationally.

The most important thing to pay attention to when combining the living room and the study is the functional zoning. The living room, as a public area for meeting guests and leisure, and the study need relatively quiet functional requirements, so whether it is a large living room or a small living room, if you add a study Function, it is necessary to achieve the purpose of functional division through partitions, beams, etc. For a large-area living room, the study does not need to be confined to a corner, it can be separated by screens, glass sliding doors, etc.; and if it is a small area, it is best not to use physical objects, but to use lines, lights and other invisible Partition to play a partition effect.

It is necessary to pay special attention to the combination of study and living room. The study is mostly an auxiliary function and cannot completely replace the function of the living room. However, in the design, the functions of the study and the living room can be combined into one. For example, the reception area of ​​the living room is set to be more comfortable and relaxed, which can be transformed into a reception area when guests come, and it quickly returns to leisure when there is no one. Reading area. Especially for a small-area living room, using furniture such as coffee tables and lockers as the embodiment of the study’s functions can completely achieve a reasonable combination of the two functions.