The interior of long-cut penthouse rooms
If your penthouse apartment is rather elongated, the living room, for example, can be optimally
converted into a combination room.
For example, a living room with a dining area or a separate area in the bedroom as a work corner
offer good combination possibilities.
Just make sure that the areas are visibly separated from each other, otherwise the room will quickly
look chaotic or restless.
But this is easier than it sounds. Just by consciously positioning the pieces of furniture, you can
somewhat cancel out the elongated form of the room.
Below you will find tips and tricks on how to divide your rooms wisely into different areas.
Room separation in combination rooms
If you decide to use a combination room, there are many ways to visually separate
the different areas. In the bedroom you can make use of a screen.
It fits thematically super in the bedroom and also looks beautiful.
In the living and dining area is a separation by, for example, a bookshelf. Why not configure your
divider that exactly matches your floor coverings,
furniture and materials, your interior design features and the architecture of your penthouse
apartment? Or how about a beautiful sideboard?
More ideas for dividing rooms
If you don't like a shelf or a sideboard as a room divider, you can also create a
spatial separation with different floor coverings.
For children, the creation of a play corner by a single carpet in the room would be a nice idea.
This way, they can play while the parents watch TV, for example.
In addition, the carpet also provides spatial separation here.
For example, you prefer to separate your room with a sofa? A corner sofa is
especially recommended for this purpose.
Because you can either place it in the middle of the room or let it protrude into the room,
according to your ideas and wishes.
The best tip to avoid a cramped look in your apartment is first of all to use light
shades. Most of the time,
penthouse apartments as a penthouse are already bright anyway due to a surrounding terrace, and
light color families make them look even friendlier and bigger.
Pastel shades on the wall and light floor coverings, for example, visually open up the rooms. First
and foremost, the end walls should be considered here.
To make the elongated room look a bit more square, these two walls in particular should be painted
in light colors, as this will visually draw them into the room.
If you like it more colorful, you can also choose delicate patterns for the long sides and larger
patterns for the end walls,
this will take away the tubular character of the room.
Those who prefer decoration to defuse this tubular trait can also work with
mirrors, for example. Placed on the long sides,
they can remove the boundaries of the room. But also in the removal of the boundaries of the room
can be well worked with accessories. Pictures,
plants or lighting help to make the room look less elongated. If you use different light levels and
lamp heights, the room looks more structured.
You can also distract from the walls by using eye-catching or shimmering accessories spread
throughout the center of the room.