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davisbeans

We are creating an open concept main floor and are trying to create a barrier between our entrance way and our dining area.  We are thinking a half wall with a pillar but are wondering if there are other options.  We don't want to build a complete wall as then we will lose light from the front door.  Are there other options.  I don't think a glass brick wall would be good either.
Any suggestions would be helpful.  I tried uploading our floor plans and or a picture but it doesn't work.
Elizabeth

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dytecture

Perhaps a bench or something low will create visual barrier into the dining room.

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april_luv

 if you dont want to put  permanent wall because you dont want to lose the light at front door then try this one, place a big cabinet in between. because with this, you can still have the light that you wanted. maybe this will work.

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gmcauley

Hello Elizabeth,

You may want to check out the following blog posts, articles and videos for tips on dividing an open-concept area like your entrance and dining room:

Help, I Have No Mudroom!

Dividing Large Rooms

DIY Upholstery-Backed Divider

Photo Gallery: Industrial-Chic Interiors

Online TV: Condo Update

Online TV: Dining Room Furniture

I hope that helps! Good luck!

Gwen McAuley (gmcauley at hhmedia.com)

 

 

 

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